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Re: We programming

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On Tue, 29 Jul 2008 02:00:54 +0800
"Marcus.CM" <ma****@internetnowasp.netwrote:
I hope this doesnt invite flames.....but for webpages i suggest stick
with php...
Oh, come on. You're just asking for it. :-)

[Turns flame thrower to low setting]

OK, here is why I don't like PHP. When I am creating dynamic web
content, chances are that it is part of a larger system. I may have
command line utilities, server software and cron jobs all working on
the same (usually database backed) systems. As a result it is really
convenient to be able to reuse modules. Python gives me that quite
easily. PHP, not so much. I am not going to write a server in PHP,
for example.

I also don't much care for PHP as a language anyway but that's actually
a secondary consideration.

I'll go put on my flame-retardent underwear now.

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