"how do I call perl subroutines in php"
Rather than asking here in the Monastery, you might want to check with the folks in the PHPouthouse?
Seriously, you really should consider the suggestions from runrig, CountZero and davido, three Monks of great wisdom. And tobyink's "bizarro" observation is, IMO, well justified by the fact that PHP's
limitations ^H^H^H^H^H advantages (other than the fact that you may have some familiarity) are slim to none.
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