Re: Run everywhere
I was under the impression that php was used for web-applications
only. It is not "true" run-everywhere code, since you are only
running it on the server. All web-applications share that same
aspect, that the html they produce run everywhere
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, William Luitje <luitje@a...> wrote:
> At 05:52 PM 06/08/2005 -0300, you wrote:
> >What about PHP?
> >Is it a good option to the Run Everywhere plan?
> >Is it most powerful than Python?
> PHP runs on the web page server and creates html pages that are sent
> web browser on the user's computer. It is a very powerful way to
> pages on the fly but is not really a general purpose programming
> It is said that you can create an application in Java 50% quicker
> C++ and 50% quicker in Python than Java.