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From:Joel Rees Date:August 18 2003 2:38am
Subject:Re: PHP or Perl?
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> The only advantage of PHP is that 
> it runs faster than Perl which may be important if a lot of people are 
> accessing your web page.

Using mod_perl vs. mod_php? or perl with the CGI interface vs. mod_php?

(I understand that using mod_perl introduces persistence problems when
globals are not carefully used, and I have never seen those problems
when using PHP, but that is less about speed than about programming.)

-- 
Joel Rees, programmer, Systems Group
Altech Corporation (Alpsgiken), Osaka, Japan
http://www.alpsgiken.co.jp

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