> Be fair here - you don't know what his application does, so how can you
> judge whether or not his applications should not require sixteen queries to
> generate a page. I have pages which require 5 queries to generate. I have
> other pages which require multiple queries because MySQL doesn't support
> subselects so I have to program my way around that with multiple selects.
>Ok, you're right, we don't know what's involved here. It might be a site on an
Intranet, where speed wouldn't matter as much. And don't get me wrong - Tim's no
dimbo. He was one of the peeps that developed the original SourceForge site.
He's a clever guy, he's just not one of my favourite PHP bunnies, because he's
about as opinionated as Cork's favourite DJ, Neil Prendeville. So I tend to take
Tim's comments with a pillar of salt.
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