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    php vs asp

    I am new to the programming world. and I was wonder which is a better or stronger programming language php or asp.

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    ASP and PHP queries shouldnt be posted in here because neither ASP or PHP are client side languages.

    On a lighter note your identical post thats in the ASP forum has been answered

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    Oranges or Apples? Ballet or Tap? Folk or Rock?

    Depends on several things:

    1: Your background
    2: What hardware/software you are currently running
    3: What hardware/software you're client (if any) is running
    4: Your budget!

    My preference - php! Purely because I like the open source spirit that surrounds it and the fact that it costs nothing in licence fees to set up a php/MySql server (unlike an .asp/SQL server). I find the syntax reasonably logical - but that is a subjective thing. Whichever one you decide on, you'll get the help you need right here (I certainly have and will continue to do so!).


    My Q's would be:

    What do you currently have knowledge of? (HTML/CSS/JS/Visual Basic/Perl/C/anything....)

    What server are you on (if any)>

    Are you developing for another person?

    Are you loaded?
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