Folks, even if perhaps not intended as a troll, the effect will be the
same. Please refrain from cross-posting dozens of messages.
David, pick whichever language you are more comfortable with. There is
pretty much nothing in one that can't be done in the other. It's like
asking the Beef and Pork industries what to have for dinner tonight.
On Sun, 15 Dec 2002, David T-G wrote:
> Hi, all --
> I am starting a project that will have a web front end and mysql back end
> and handle staff input (eg not general web surfers, though an Internet face
> may come about one day)and updating for client records and scheduling. I
> am comfortable with both perl and php (and expect to be much more so with
> at least one of them by the project's maturity :-)
> In general, is there a checklist of when to use perl and when to use php
> in a web site design? Perhaps a comparison of the two languages, like I
> think I've seen long ago for C, Pascal, assembler, perl, and python?
> I read both lists (as I'm able, anyway; Hi perl guys!) and so you can
> reply to either or both of the lists or just to me as you see fit. I'll
> be happy to post a summary of any answers or directions I get.
> TIA & HAND
> David T-G * There is too much animal courage in
> (play) [EMAIL PROTECTED] * society and not sufficient moral courage.
> (work) [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- Mary Baker Eddy, "Science and Health"
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