> I'm not a C developer though, so I can't help with that.
The world's core software runs on C. PHP is also written in C. You
can't develop extensions for PHP unless you know C. Developing userland
applications in PHP is a lot easier when you know how to deep dive into
PHP's source code because you can know precisely what each option will
do even if the public documentation is a bit sparse in places. Those
are several reasons to start learning C even if you don't use it in your
day-to-day development efforts. A whole world of possibilities opens up
when you learn C and you'll be a more well-rounded software developer too.
I've got great, time saving software that you will find useful.
And once you find my software useful: