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BOOK: Professional LAMP ISBN: 0-7645-9723-X
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Thought it'd be fun to start the forum off by asking whether the P in LAMP stands for php or perl.

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Thought it'd be fun to start the forum off by asking whether the P in LAMP stands for php or perl.

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P in LAMP could stand for PHP, Perl and even Python (as it has been stated in "Professional LAMP" book itself) but generally it stands for PHP.
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