Either or I'd say. If you know any C, then php is easy to learn, and if you
already know some perl you shouldn't have any new ideas to get your head
around. Install php anyway - it won't interfere with perl, and if you ever
do decide to use it, you'll have it atyour fingertips.
At 12:13 PM 11/10/99 -0000, you wrote:
>Anyone have any thoughts on which is best for web server
>database searches? I'm looking at linux+apache+mysql+perl
>versus linux+apache+mysql+php. Measures of goodness are
>execution speed, and ease of programming (starting from a
>reasonable knowledge of perl but no specific knowledge of php).
>The database contains two tables with about 40000 rows in one
>and 20000 in the other.
>Dublin Institute of Technology
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