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    If it's something simple you possibly don't need to use OOP.

    However if you find yourself writing the same code over and over - or variations of the code - then opt for OOP. If you're going for extendability and something that can be changed easily also go with OOP.

    It's good to know both ways to code.

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    after reading this...it seems like even creator didnt wanted php to go whole oop....
    http://toys.lerdorf.com/archives/38-...framework.html

    even oop people even there are teaching the creator...oop is the right way


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