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#ActualShippou

Posted 09 December 2012 - 02:46 PM

I do not agree with that story you linked to.
The guy who wrote it is a huge C fan ( it shows badly ) - his only complaint is the language syntax.

Second off, there is nothing that can replace the usefulness of PhP for web site design, unless you like coding action script. ( HTML 5 is not up for debate, since there is no standards set, and most web browsers do NOT fully support it yet ) .

Third - a lot of languages have dead communities - why is is necessary to have an active community to be able to code?

Forth - the language syntax is a lot like Python, however PhP is better adapted for web applications. The guy in the story hates interpreted languages because they do not have the same syntax as C.

Fifth - I would love to see his explanation of why he wants everyone to code webpages in C .

#1Shippou

Posted 09 December 2012 - 02:44 PM

I do not agree with that story you linked to.
The guy who wrote it is a huge C fan ( it shows badly ) - his only complaint is the language syntax.

Second off, there is nothing that can replace the usefulness of PhP for web site design, unless you like coding action script

Third - a lot of languages have dead communities - why is is necessary to have an active community to be able to code?

Forth - the language syntax is a lot like Python, however PhP is better adapted for web applications. The guy in the story hates interpreted languages because they do not have the same syntax as C.

Fifth - I would love to see his explanation of why he wants everyone to code webpages in C .

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