Something I dont think anyone's mentioned yet is that PHP is also great for 
running stuff from the command line - e.g. for background scripts for a site 
or mailing scripts or whatever...

In case that doesnt sound so useful, it measn you can use all the same 
libraries for the online site as for the offline processing bits :)


On Wednesday 09 Jan 2002 1:43 pm, Jake wrote:
> Hello there, I need some help.
> I have to do a technical report(about 2200 words) comparing PHP to ASP.  I
> have already decided to make PHP the winner becasue it is superior.  But I
> am kinda stumped on what areas to compare the two.
> If you could help me out in suggesting some possible areas of comparison.
> Keeping in mind that I need about the same amount of info on both PHP and
> ASP.  Also if you could point me in the right direction by including some
> web links that deal with the topic.
> Thank You,
> Jake

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