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From:
Clifford Hammerschmidt
Date:
July 26, 2000 10:09
Subject:
Re: Perl version of PHP
Message ID:
4.3.2.7.2.20000726100721.02bd6c98@mail.marketingtips.com
EmPerl does something like this already.

It's also evil, since it doesn't scale at all.
PHP is a nice quick hack way of doing things.

I'd recommend using HTML::Template and separating
your HTML and your code completely.

At 11:48 PM 7/20/2000 -0700, Weston wrote:
>Hello all,
>I was thinking how great the method Php uses to execute code. (For those
>who don't know: Php is embedded right into a html page by using a code
>block. For example:
>
><?php print "Hello world"; ?>
>this makes it very simple to add dynamic material right where you want
>it.)
>
>And that led me to think, "Why can't perl code execute the same way!".
>Perl code could be nested into html pages like this:
>
><?perl print "I am Perl, not Php!!!"; ?>
>and perl-html pages could end in .ptag or something. What'd ya'll think
>'bout that?
>
>Weston
>
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