I am currently reading two books, one on PHP and one on Python. Not that I'M good at ether. I'M about half way through the book on PHP or less and almost done with the one on Python. Though I haven't actually read anything web related in this particular Python book, I am aware that it can do web programming. My question is, which is better. Could I should I go ahead and drop the book on PHP considering that Python can do web programming as well as regular computer programming? Or does PHP have enough of an advantage to keep it up as well? Thanks.
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I think both would work really well, but you'll have an easier time getting support if you're using PHP because that is a very common setup. PHP makes it really easy to grab the form fields and it might not be that easy in python. There are tons of directions …
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I haven't worked with Python, but I work with PHP and JSF. If your focus is just on web programming I'd recommend PHP. But you should always keep in mind to choose the correct language for your solution.
PHP is a good choice because it's specifically made for the …
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