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Hi, could someone explain to me the difference between php and
netbeans? What one can do and the other not, and viceversa?
tnx in advance
Mar 2 '08 #1
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Giovanni wrote:
Hi, could someone explain to me the difference between php and
netbeans? What one can do and the other not, and viceversa?
tnx in advance
php is on topic here, netbeans are not.

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Mar 2 '08 #2

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On Mar 2, 12:00*pm, Giovanni <blastingpro...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi, could someone explain to me the difference between php and
netbeans? What one can do and the other not, and viceversa?
tnx in advance
NetBeans is an IDE and PHP is an open-source server-side scripting
language
Mar 3 '08 #3

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On Mar 2, 12:00*pm, Giovanni <blastingpro...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi, could someone explain to me the difference between php and
netbeans? What one can do and the other not, and viceversa?
tnx in advance
NetBeans is an IDE used alot for Java development and PHP is an open-
source server-side scripting
language
Mar 3 '08 #4

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On 3 Mar, 02:39, "tes...@hotmail.com" <tes...@hotmail.comwrote:
On Mar 2, 12:00 pm, Giovanni <blastingpro...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi, could someone explain to me the difference between php and
netbeans? What one can do and the other not, and viceversa?
tnx in advance

NetBeans is an IDE used alot for Java development and PHP is an open-
source server-side scripting
language
Maybe I explained wrong...
we are learning netbeans at university. The teacher is making some
example 20 rows long that in php I can do with just 1 row...
so I'm not able to see why it's so useful and why not we cannot learn
php instead!
Mar 3 '08 #5

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"Giovanni" <bl************@gmail.comwrote in message
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On 3 Mar, 02:39, "tes...@hotmail.com" <tes...@hotmail.comwrote:
>On Mar 2, 12:00 pm, Giovanni <blastingpro...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi, could someone explain to me the difference between php and
netbeans? What one can do and the other not, and viceversa?
tnx in advance

NetBeans is an IDE used alot for Java development and PHP is an open-
source server-side scripting
language

Maybe I explained wrong...
we are learning netbeans at university. The teacher is making some
example 20 rows long that in php I can do with just 1 row...
so I'm not able to see why it's so useful and why not we cannot learn
php instead!
You're comparing apples and oranges. Or maybe apples and an orange juice
processing plant.

You are effectively saying, "why should I spend so much time learning how to
operate the orange juice processing plant, when I can pick an apple and eat
it in 30 seconds?"

That's the best I can do.

Mar 3 '08 #6

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Giovanni wrote:
On 3 Mar, 02:39, "tes...@hotmail.com" <tes...@hotmail.comwrote:
>On Mar 2, 12:00 pm, Giovanni <blastingpro...@gmail.comwrote:
>>Hi, could someone explain to me the difference between php and
netbeans? What one can do and the other not, and viceversa?
tnx in advance
NetBeans is an IDE used alot for Java development and PHP is an open-
source server-side scripting
language

Maybe I explained wrong...
we are learning netbeans at university. The teacher is making some
example 20 rows long that in php I can do with just 1 row...
so I'm not able to see why it's so useful and why not we cannot learn
php instead!
In addition to what the others have said, netbeans have their uses,
also. They're a good thing to learn; even if you don't use Java, the
techniques you'll learn can be used other places.

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