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@agdgdgdgwngo can you tell me how to start working with PHP and which IDE is better for it ?

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So, the first step would be to get PHP up and running on your system. If you're on a windows box, I hear WAMP works pretty well. If you're using Linux, you should be able to use your package manager to get it set up. And IDEs are so last decade. ;) If you tell me what OS you're running I might be able to suggest a capable editor.
i m using windows7. and can you refer me a good book for learning ?
my OS 64bit

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plz do inform me about the editor, compiler and a good book so that i can start learning php thank you @farmdawgnation
and one more thing sire do php supports Ms-SQL ?
PHP isn't a compiled language, it's interpreted. So, there's no executable, you just run the script. And yes, PHP has builtin support for MS-SQL. I'd recommend checking out the PHP manual: They have it available in other languages as well.
thank you so much :)

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