Sebastian Krebs wrote:
> 2013/8/21 Curtis Maurand
>> Sorry in advance for the top post.
>> Use the right tool for
>> the Job.
I've use Java, C# and PHP.
>> 1. I hate the
>> Perl-like object calls in PHP. I'd rather use "."
>> in C# and Java. It saves a lot of wear and tear on
my left pinky
Actually the problem is, that the dot "." is already in use.
> $foo.bar() you cannot tell, if you want to call the method
"bar()" on the
> object "$foo", or if you want
to concatenate the value of "$foo" to the
> result of
the function "bar()". There is no other way around this than
> different operator for method calls.
I didn't think
of that. It seems to me there could be an easier operator than ->
which sometimes will make me stop and look at what keys I'm trying to
hit. Just a thought. I forgot about the concatenation operator
which is "+" in Java/C#
Java and C# are both typed languages. Say what
>> you want,
but I have working with a string like "02" and have
>> PHP convert that to an integer. sometimes I want that zero
>> front. If I want that to be an integer in Java it's
>> myInteger =
>> Java development environments (Eclipses, NetBeans, IBM RAD) are
>> horrible. Visual Studio is hands down a better
envrionment, even the
>> older versions of it. I've hooked
Visual Studio into SVN in the past and
>> it works well.
> Ever tried the jetbrains products? :D (No,
they don't pay me)
I have not, but it looks interesting.
I'll have to try it.
>> 4 PHP development environments are many and
varied and all of them suck at web debugging. I've used PHPEdit,
>> Zend, Bluefish, Eclipse and a couple others. Bluefish works
>> on Linux than it does on Windows.
> I use PhpStorm and it works quite fine.
>> Use the tool for the job at
>> Just my $0.02 worth.
>> Tim Streater wrote:
>> > On 20 Aug 2013 at
>> PHP List <phpl...@arashidigital.com> wrote:
>> While I don't have
any references to back it up - my guess would be
>> >> Java may be seen as more versatile in
>> general programming terms. A
>> >> staggering
>> enterprise level web applications are built
>> >> Java, add
>> to that the
possibility of writing Android apps with the same
>> > To me the salient point
>> does java has as extensive a library or set of
>> > interfaces to
>> other packages (such as
SQLite, mysql, etc)?
>> >> I
>> would say that, in general, the other teacher is incorrect
>> >> strictly in terms of web development. PHP
has already won that
>> >> many times
over. That said, when I was in University,
>> it was
>> >> to find a programming class that
>> anything but Java - and that
>> >> 10yrs ago
>> now. I chalked it up
to the education bubble not being able
>> to see what the rest of the world is actually doing.
>> Was PHP OOP-capable at
the time? Perhaps the edu-bubble was simply
>> > down its nose at PHP. There being lots of courses
>> nothing in and of
>> > itself. 20 years
ago, there were lots of PC
>> mags you could buy, which
>> > caused some folks to say "look
>> how much
better the PC is supported than
>> > other
>> Truth was, at the time, such support was
>> > the mess
>> of 640k limits,
DOS, IRQs and the like, most of which issues have
ceased to be relevant.
>> > Anyway, why
>> need a course to learn PHP, assuming you
>> > know other
>> languages. It's simple
>> > --
>> -- Tim
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