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Discussion in 'PHP' started by databaseking, Aug 19, 2007.

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    i want to know how pho is better in programming than asp?please reply
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    databaseking, Aug 19, 2007 IP
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  2. nico_swd

    nico_swd Prominent Member

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    #2
    Google "PHP vs ASP".


    This has been discussed so many times.
     
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    If you don't know either and wanna start, learn PHP. If you already know one, just stick to that unless you need to learn the other.

    One bonus of PHP is its syntactical similarity to C, which is nice if you ever decide to do desktop app programming.
     
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    ewriter Banned

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    If you know c you can easily learn php, advantage is that its free
     
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    And php is very syntax forgiving. You don't spend hours deciding if you should write:
    include 'file.php';
    include "file.php";
    include('file.php');
    include ('file.php');
    include("file.php");

    They all work just fine.

    And for the most part you don't need to worry about data type conversion, it's done for you magically, a number is a number when you need it to be or a string when you want to concatenate it or substring it, etc.
     
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