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Utah PHP Users Group:
November Meeting - 17th @ 7pm
November 15, 2005 @ 05:46:27

On the Utah PHP Users Group site today, there's information about their November meeting posted, as well as the topic of the evening - "The Key to Harnessing the Value of Arrays".

For our November meeting, Mac Newbold will present on arrays. A fun-filled evening of exciting adventures with everyone's favorite PHP data type. We'll cover both lists and associative arrays, the differences between them, and their respective operators and functions. We'll demonstrate how to use them in various loop constructs, and a million and one ways to sort your arrays.

We'll show everyone how to use arrays in some of the other standard PHP functions, like the string functions. And then we'll cover how to use arrays to make advanced data structures, like multi-dimentional arrays, lists of lists, and "structs" or mock objects. The evening will be an unforgettable experience for PHPers of all ages and skill levels! Discount tickets on sale now, or remaining tickets will be available at regular price at the door.

The metting will be happening on Thursday (Nov. 17th) starting at 7pm in Bluffdale, Utah (at the Linux Networx offices). For more information and ot RSVP, head over here and enter your info...

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