On 07/08/2002 06:56 PM, Cm wrote:
> I have a medium sized project that I'm started in PHP and mySQL.  I think an
> object-orientated approach may be the best to reduce the amount of code.
> My question is if I'm using PHP should I even try to do it an
> object-orientated manner.  I've seen some posts that say that doing it this
> way will really slow down PHP and that if you're doing OO you should really
> do it in a language like Java.

Non-sense. You can do OOP in PHP just fine, just differently than you 
would do some things in Java. That did not stop thousands of people 
using hundreds of PHP classes written in by many PHP developers and made 
available here for free:



Manuel Lemos

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