Short answer : yes.
Medium answer : probably, but really yes.
Long answer : unless you are providing some sort of mechanism to hold
the current state of PHP, eject the required JS code to get a value
from the client and return it to the server which then recreates the
working environment and carries on execution (try debugging THAT),
then almost certainly.

So dynamically generated pages by PHP shouldn't spit out any JS of any

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