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Introduction to PHP Classes (OOP)
      When you think of classes, I would almost encourage you to think of "back-end" Your code will be stored in the back-end of your website and the front-end will contain a very clean set of code that is easy to understand. If you put all of the complicated routine tasks into your class, then your script that is utilizing that class will be easier to understand because it will have a cleaner look. That's not the only reason you would use a class, but that's one reason I use them.
PHP and Variable References
      One of the things that seems to confuse people most with PHP, whether it's their first programming language or they come from a C++ or Java background, is how variable references work. Wherever & is found doubt and uncertainly seem to follow...

References are actually very easy to understand. This article takes another shot at explaining them.
Accessing Databases with Class
      If you are starting to create a library of reuseable PHP functions, you will soon encounter some typical problems. For example, you will experience name clashes if you start mixing your own components with that of other developers: sooner or later some foreign function will have the same name as one of yours or will use a global variable that you are using, too.
Classes and PHP
      Classes are nothing more than a collection of variables and functions acting on those variables
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