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Sanjib Sinha

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They usually intertwine with each other.

 

Object Oriented (which PHP is working to be more centered towards). Uses classes to house objects and functions to manipulate those objects. www.php.net/oop  should go more in depth on PHP OOP.

 

From what I know about procedural, is that is just writing the code for to just run, this is how most scripts are done and works great in PHP. If you are using PHP 4, I would stick to procedural over OOP, if 5+ I would go more towards the OOP.

 

I could be wrong on my thinking of procedural, its been a while since I was in a class with the definitions but to answer your question, yes you can relate the two, PHP works just fine intermingling.

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They usually intertwine with each other.

 

Object Oriented (which PHP is working to be more centered towards). Uses classes to house objects and functions to manipulate those objects. www.php.net/oop  should go more in depth on PHP OOP.

 

From what I know about procedural, is that is just writing the code for to just run, this is how most scripts are done and works great in PHP. If you are using PHP 4, I would stick to procedural over OOP, if 5+ I would go more towards the OOP.

 

I could be wrong on my thinking of procedural, its been a while since I was in a class with the definitions but to answer your question, yes you can relate the two, PHP works just fine intermingling.

 

So the future is OOP?

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They usually intertwine with each other.

 

Object Oriented (which PHP is working to be more centered towards). Uses classes to house objects and functions to manipulate those objects. www.php.net/oop   should go more in depth on PHP OOP.

 

From what I know about procedural, is that is just writing the code for to just run, this is how most scripts are done and works great in PHP. If you are using PHP 4, I would stick to procedural over OOP, if 5+ I would go more towards the OOP.

 

I could be wrong on my thinking of procedural, its been a while since I was in a class with the definitions but to answer your question, yes you can relate the two, PHP works just fine intermingling.

 

So the future is OOP?

 

I wouldn't say that exactly. I am sure PHP will let you work with it like it always has. OOP just makes certain tasks etc more efficient. It all depends on the script you are working on whether OOP would be the way to go or not.

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They usually intertwine with each other.

 

Object Oriented (which PHP is working to be more centered towards). Uses classes to house objects and functions to manipulate those objects. www.php.net/oop  should go more in depth on PHP OOP.

 

From what I know about procedural, is that is just writing the code for to just run, this is how most scripts are done and works great in PHP. If you are using PHP 4, I would stick to procedural over OOP, if 5+ I would go more towards the OOP.

 

I could be wrong on my thinking of procedural, its been a while since I was in a class with the definitions but to answer your question, yes you can relate the two, PHP works just fine intermingling.

 

So the future is OOP?

 

I wouldn't say that exactly. I am sure PHP will let you work with it like it always has. OOP just makes certain tasks etc more efficient. It all depends on the script you are working on whether OOP would be the way to go or not.

 

Thanks you. I got my answer. I have to learn the procedural basic soundly.

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