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Hello Everyone: Here is what may be a very silly question: My hosting provider allows me to run any of the following three CGI languages: PHP, Perl and Python. On the web site I am currently designing with DMX, I would like to have a couple of forms for support requests, information requests etc. Additionally a message board or a simple forum as well but this will come later. Can anyone tell me which of the three languages I am best off using, given what I am planing? Will DMX work better with any one of these in particular? Any ...

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    Default PHP, Perl or Python

    Hello Everyone:

    Here is what may be a very silly question:

    My hosting provider allows me to run any of the
    following three CGI languages: PHP, Perl and Python.

    On the web site I am currently designing with DMX, I would like to have
    a couple of forms for support requests, information requests
    etc. Additionally a message board or a simple forum as well
    but this will come later.

    Can anyone tell me which of the three languages I am best off
    using, given what I am planing? Will DMX work better with
    any one of these in particular?

    Any help, thoughts and hints are very welcome!

    Thanks in advance,
    Mario


    MT Guest

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    Default Re: PHP, Perl or Python

    PHP as dw has PHP server behaviors already. Also there are PHP extensions
    available - both free and commercial.
    "MT" <mtecheraall-BI.com.com> wrote in message
    news:bf4kjr$rsr$1forums.macromedia.com...
    > Hello Everyone:
    >
    > Here is what may be a very silly question:
    >
    > My hosting provider allows me to run any of the
    > following three CGI languages: PHP, Perl and Python.
    >
    > On the web site I am currently designing with DMX, I would like to have
    > a couple of forms for support requests, information requests
    > etc. Additionally a message board or a simple forum as well
    > but this will come later.
    >
    > Can anyone tell me which of the three languages I am best off
    > using, given what I am planing? Will DMX work better with
    > any one of these in particular?
    >
    > Any help, thoughts and hints are very welcome!
    >
    > Thanks in advance,
    > Mario
    >
    >

    Showjumper Guest

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    Default Re: PHP, Perl or Python

    I would have to agree. PHP is probably going to be your best bet.
    Easy to learn and lots of features, works well with DMX, excellent
    doentation.

    Cheers,
    Daniel
    [url]http://www.strongwire.com[/url]


    "MT" <mtecheraall-BI.com.com> wrote in message news:<bf4kjr$rsr$1forums.macromedia.com>...
    > Hello Everyone:
    >
    > Here is what may be a very silly question:
    >
    > My hosting provider allows me to run any of the
    > following three CGI languages: PHP, Perl and Python.
    >
    > Can anyone tell me which of the three languages I am best off
    > using, given what I am planing? Will DMX work better with
    > any one of these in particular?
    Hendricks, Daniel M. Guest

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