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International PHP Magazine:
Poll Question The Rules of PHP Throwdown Include
December 05, 2006 @ 15:46:00

The International PHP Magazine has posted the results from their latest poll of the week. This time they asked the slightly odd question of opinions on the PHP Throwdown event - "The Rules of PHP Throwdown Include".

Seems like the question might have confused some others because the votes were notably lower than in some previous weeks. There was a tie for first place, though - both coming in with 6.8% of the votes were the "You can use PHP4 or PHP 5, MySQL or SQLite, Ajax, HTML, XHTML, and Javascript but no Flash" and "All" options. Dead last with no votes was the "All applications must be licensed with a CC compatible license" option.

They've also posted a new poll for this week asking which of the options you think still ring true when it comes to PHP:

  • PHP administrators like to compile PHP in Summer
  • Register global is not dead
  • memory_limit is not used
  • PHP applications handle 100 Mb files

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