Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
>Actually, including files in PHP is relatively inexpensive and tests have
>shown that including lots of files doesn't particularly slow down an
>application, so I think it would help scale an application.
On something related, which way does the best performance lie? Is the
following quickest, or is it best to
minimize the amount of times php code is (seperately) defined?
<TD><?php print $my_res[date]?></TD>
<TD><?php print $my_res[client]?> </TD>
<TD><?php print $my_res[ponum]?></TD>
<TD><?php print $my_res[ship]?>kwg</TD>
k., thinking he really should know better about this
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