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  • Re:PHP vs Perl (Score:1, Interesting)

    by tdenkinger (88) on 2000.04.21 7:28 (#159) Journal
    > PHP has some nice features wrt embedding code in HTML.

    This is actually one of the things I don't like about PHP and other, similar tools like ColdFusion. I used Cold Fusion for years and have evaluated PHP as a replacement. Embedding code in the HTML gets messy fast. For smallish applications it's not too bad, but if you have to do complex or large applications, trying to work around the HTML get's frustrating.

    I prefer to keep the code and the content as separate as possible.