||Internationalization and Localization with PHP|
Response to: oh, are you mistaken...
It's quite short-sighted to try to launch a semantic argument like this against the merits of the article. Your logic seems to rely completely on whether this article is a tutorial or a real-world example. It is a tutorial, even though it may be based on a real-world example.
For example, take this:
This is just example code to create the array that he demonstrates how to use. This array doesn't have to be hard-coded, but this article's scope isn't about creating a friendly interface for translators, it's about internationalization for programmers. It is trivial to make a nice little Web application that provides a friendly data entry interface for translators that stores the information in a database. This database can be used to create the array.
There are plenty of tutorials that demonstrate how to interact with a database. This one is about internationalization and localization.
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