WHo really cares, if it works it don't matter what they call it.
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From: "Peter J. Schoenster" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 5:36 PM
Subject: Re: [PHP] good practice
> On 14 Feb 2002, at 16:40, Michael Kimsal wrote:
> > On that same topic, *why* do people name files with both .inc and
> > .php?
> > Your .inc file has PHP code in it, right? Why not just call it .php
> > and
> > spare the server reconfiguration. If knowing which files are
> > "include" files (long time since I've made that distinction!) just
> > prepend them with inc_ or put them all in an includes/ directory.
> Heck, I've seen inc,cls,html,php3,php4
> Whoever started this thread was on the right track. Where are the
> global coding conventions for PHP?
> Any othes out there?
> I know I have my pet peeves about Perl but Perl, as hard as it may
> seem, appears more rigid than PHP :)
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