On Sat, Mar 12, 2011 at 3:03 AM, Tommy Pham <tommy...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 11:59 PM, David Hutto <smokefl...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Optimization also becomes a more manipulative, due to the stem point
>> of your further language utilization. If you divide your languages,
>> and disperse them through a C framework, you can utilize the languages
>> in their refined form, and if any portion of an individual language
>> gives optimization problems, you move that particular segment toward a
>> more optimized C implementation.
> Seems to me you're going in circle.  Portability is null.

Are you still stuck in developing for the masses? Because jobs are
limited there. Development for corps requires development for specific
hardware not a mass of consumers.

> Multi-language support and yet 'toward a more optimized C
> implementation'?

Did you forget the term "epicenter" of an app/site?

  Going back to my previous question then, 'what's the
> point of PHP' in all of this when you're trying to achieve an
> optimized C application?

PHP is just a portion of the ripple from C, which can got to php(e.g.
echo "html"), and then js in the html, and css in the html, but either
can be used in the html with interpolation of strings. Thhe C acts as
the pivot point, intertwining the languages above. You can use each
one individually. You could do this from a php
standpoint/python/html/etc. C becomes the root and the others just
branches and leaves woven together with %whatever.

According to theoretical physics, the division of spatial intervals as
the universe evolves gives rise to the fact that in another timeline,
your interdimensional counterpart received helpful advice from me...so
be eternally pleased for them.

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