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I think PHP is kinda cool, but it is real close to ASP or IBM's older/wiser Net.Data.

Personally I really like having a program generate output, rather than mixing html and code together. I've seen some ASP code laced with html, vbscript and javascript, with some vbscript that generates more javascript.

Not sure why there seems to be a PHP/Perl war brewing, hopefully it's just some good humored sniping...."your code smells of elderberries...."

One thing is for sure, there aren't any ASP or PHP sites that I could locate that touch Perlmonks for obtaining real answers to real questions without scrounging through massive disorganization, and 'for sale' code.

but if there's going to be sniping...make it entertaining! :-)

postsubmitedit: uh-oh, seem to have referenced python, no intention of bringing it into the fray!

In reply to RE: Why should I use PHP after this? by wardk
in thread Why should I use PHP after this? by merlyn

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