On Thu, Jun 20, 2002 at 05:29:06PM +0100, adam beecher wrote:
> [ Sorry for the delay, server meltdown. Never rains but it pours. ]
Never worry. At least Brazil are on their way to the finals now...
> Ah. I'm only a baby when it comes to references. Like I've said many times
A reference is a finger pointing to the moon. You want to know about the
moon, not the finger. The finger is just a reference to find the moon...
> here, I only "got" OOP late last year, and to be honest I only "got"
> references recently. Maybe I really should try and learn programming
> properly. Get one of those book things? :)
Books are good :)
> I'd say it is. PHP tends to be a little quirky here and there, but they're
> really trying to get it up to a level these days.
I've never looked at it. I'm happy with Perl, and Template Toolkit seems
to do what PHP does (in my mind, not necessarily in reality).
> Thanks very much Russell, most helpful.
Russell Matbouli |
russell at futureless.org | Tradition is a tradition
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