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Object Oriented PHP vs Java

What are the advantages and disadvantages of using Object Oriented
PHP vs Java?
Jul 17 '05
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bdjw wrote:
And you are not possessing of being open to criticism?


I am always open to criticism. However, your remarks were insulting when
you accused me of being duplicitous. My comment erred on the cynical
side and it seems that it struck a bad chord with your personality. I
for one and am not the type to insult another person unless provoked. I
for one am comfortable with myself and my abilities. Therefore, if you
felt like my cynicism has marred your character in any way or form, I am
not ashamed of apologizing.

--
Amir Khawaja.

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Rules are written for those who lack the ability to truly reason, But
for those who can, the rules become nothing more than guidelines, And
live their lives governed not by rules but by reason.
- James McGuigan
Jul 17 '05 #51
"bdjw" <je*************@earthlink.net> wrote in message news:<rC******************@newsread2.news.pas.eart hlink.net>...
<snip>
Where did all the assumption arise that
the author has 'never tried programming'
'coz the question is complete moronic and vague. Pretty strong and judgmental reaction, especially given
the other responders (41 posts!)
Nonsense. I could count only <10 direct responses; out of that
count the number of responses from regulars/experts.
You just want to keep this silly pseudo flame going
coz you're bored.
See ya'


Fine. To deal you in your own way, I think, I need to lose my
education for a while--which I don't want to do now.
Read the response
for your questions from some good regulars. I could also see your post
(even better version of this) in comp.lang.java.developer which never
attracted those people.


Those people have not responded to almost all of the
most recent posts lately, not just this one.


--
"We live to die; We die to live"
Email: rrjanbiah-at-Y!com
Jul 17 '05 #52
With total disregard for any kind of safety measures "bdjw"
<je*************@earthlink.net> leapt forth and uttered:
'coz the question is complete moronic and vague.
Pretty strong and judgmental reaction, especially given
the other responders (41 posts!)


He has a point though, asking "OO PHP vs Java" shows a certain
amount of ignorance of the pro's/cons of both languages. Even *I*
thought that, and I don't have any formal training, education or
even that much experience in anything other than PHP.

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Jul 17 '05 #53

"R. Rajesh Jeba Anbiah" <ng**********@rediffmail.com> wrote in message
news:ab**************************@posting.google.c om...
Erwin Moller <si******************************************@spam yourself.com> wrote in
message news:<40*********************@news.xs4all.nl>...
Amir Khawaja wrote:
Jerry wrote:

> What are the advantages and disadvantages of using Object Oriented
> PHP vs Java?

If you've ever had training in software development, then you would not be asking this question.


Amir,

Judging by the number of interesting posts in this thread, I think things might be a bit more complicated.

I like this discussion a lot, because I use both languages and like them
both.


I think, Amir is right to some extent. It is really irritating if
*programmers* ask what is best among the two *without* actually trying
them.

While experience can be the best teacher (especially in programming)
I tend to lean towards the tenet that
*The only bad question is the one that is not asked.*
I just don't get why you don't get that. You're a professional
software developer and that doesn't fit into your set of ideas?

As far as I know, there are very few software developers (professionals)
who can do it all. The process of sw development is fraught with pitfalls.
How can you possibly survive without being open to
*moronic* questions?

Don't you get that? It's really very simple of an idea.

You seem to avoid the obvious here.


It is also real unfortunate to see people _pushing_ their own ideas by quoting their years of experience to win the discussion. It
is also sad thing to see, such trolls are often encouraged in this
c.l.p which is not common among other groups say c.l.c or c.l.j

Personally I liked the discussion 'coz I tried both of them as
you. But, IMHO, it is wrong to ecourage such never tried people's
query.

p.s.: This is *no* rant; this is just my personal opinion. Obviously,
YMMV

--
"We live to die; We die to live"
Email: rrjanbiah-at-Y!com

Jul 17 '05 #54
bdjw wrote:
<snip>
While experience can be the best teacher (especially in programming)
I tend to lean towards the tenet that
*The only bad question is the one that is not asked.*


:-)

In Holland we have this saying (free translation):
"I rather ask a 'stupid' question and look stupid for 5 minutes than never
ask that question and stay stupid the rest of my life."

:P

Regards,
Erwin Moller

Jul 17 '05 #55

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