i complete my software engineering degree.
PHP isn't really a programming language. It's more a fancy templating
for me it's just funny thing that needs several megs of RAM to display the
current date ;)
but as being treated as "technology" instead of just tool, it's used
everythere without sense.
in 90% cases just to link common header of HTML page with different body
and common footer.
simply using makefile with cat (possibly something SLIGHTLY more
complicated) does the same.
once, not every time page is viewed.
programming language, and agree with the recommendation that you start
with something a bit higher level. Perl, for example, ships with
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