ASP - PHP - JSP ... which is better?

php , asp , jsp Victorville, United States
  • 8 years ago
    I am working on a site in which i need it to print text from a file to a form. Right now i am using the include function. Main problem with this is, i want the ability to edit php code in a the box, and with include, the code is processed. I am wondering if there is a way to print the text from a file, ignoring all php code so i get the whole thing in the text area. Whatever size fits your website layout. Just don't make it too high pushing the main contents down the page. [http://www.infysolutions.com](http://www.infysolutions.com) [Outsourcing software development](http://www.infysolutions.com)
  • 8 years ago
    Hi Peter, welcome to developerFusion! All three languages contain methods for reading text from a file... so whichever language you choose, you could do this. For example, in PHP you could do something like this: which would spit the contents of the file out (including any server-side markup) Hope that helps!
  • 8 years ago
    Greets Peter, and welcome. I'm a newcomer here myself, but I guess that's picking between asp, php and jsp and wondering which is best would be a pain in the a$$ for any coder, cause basically, they're all the same. Just use what you like most. I use php. Regards.
  • 8 years ago
    Hi Peter, While I can't speak for everyone, I am willing to share our trends. PHP seems to be in the most demand. If you want to check it out for yourself, feel free to visit our trends page (http://www.odesk.com/trends). Hope this helps. Daryl James oDesk

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