PHP on the Command Line - Part 1
"So, why use PHP? An obvious -- and very good -- reason may simply be that you know PHP better than the alternatives. Less obvious is that, if you're developing a Web application in PHP, writing supporting scripts in another language can lead to extra headaches -- even if you're confident in both. There's both the human aspect of having to switch programming "mind sets", and the overhead of having to support two platforms and the potential missed opportunities for re-use; data access logic may need to be implemented twice, for example."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Jun 22, 2004 )
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