Mysql in Python?

Paul Rubin http
Fri Aug 27 10:14:40 CEST 2004


JZ <cy.fbp.eryvtvne at ncbybtrglxn.pbz> writes:
> Using PHP native database functions is a very bad idea. All experencied
> programmers use more abstract db wrappers like ADOdb
> (http://adodb.sourceforge.net/).

Interesting.  Every PHP app I've ever seen uses the native functions,
but I haven't looked at many fancy ones.

> There is no PHP standard templating system. PHP itself is a template
> framework! 

I'm not sure what the distinction is supposed to be?



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