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Raymond Earle
Posted: 02/16/2003, 7:57 AM

Would it not be easier to read this forum if there were separate newsgroups
by language? I use ASP and would like to read ASP material together,
Likewise for the PHP'ers out there..

Michael Rachow
Posted: 02/18/2003, 12:50 AM

Hi Raymond,

I don't think so.

A lot of use is using CC just because we want to be able you generate the
same Web application for more
than one target language.
So every time a certain solution for one language is found
we immediate think about if and how it can be solved using
another language.

Because of this maybe we decide using another solution.

(One thought only)

Reagards
Michael

"Raymond Earle" <raymondearle@hotmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> Would it not be easier to read this forum if there were separate
newsgroups
> by language? I use ASP and would like to read ASP material together,
> Likewise for the PHP'ers out there..
>
>


   


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