Your question has been asked so many times that the following line was added to the For Beginners forum FAQ about it:
"This" versus "that" threads are considered flame bait and will usually be closed on sight. Such questions have usually been asked before, several times, so there should be no need to ask them again.
The very first response to this question last time you asked it was a link to a Google search for those previous discussions, and opening just a few links from the first page of those results turns up a wealth of discussion on your question which should give you more than enough information to make a decision. In addition, a couple of people have given you responses directly in this topic, which you have rudely dismissed as "not answering" your question.
If a moderator closes your topic you should not simply repost the same question a couple of months later.
Researching is an important skill for developers to learn, and you were actually given a link with a whole list of discussions which answer your question as directly as it can possibly be answered. All of the information is available to you, and all you need to do is read through it and make a decision.
If you refuse to do your own research and are rude to those trying to respond to you then yes, your topics may be closed by a moderator -- that is how online discussion forums work.
(Note: This post added in response to the OP reporting Promit's closing post for moderation.)