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comment When calculating how many days between 2 dates, should you include both dates in the count, or neither, or 1?
Lmao. Touche my friends.
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accepted When calculating how many days between 2 dates, should you include both dates in the count, or neither, or 1?
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comment When calculating how many days between 2 dates, should you include both dates in the count, or neither, or 1?
I appreciate the input. That is very true, and you make a great point.
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comment When calculating how many days between 2 dates, should you include both dates in the count, or neither, or 1?
Hmm, good point. Thank you. And you do make a great point in saying they are 1 day apart.
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asked When calculating how many days between 2 dates, should you include both dates in the count, or neither, or 1?
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comment Object oriented versus function oriented for backend design in PHP?
thank you. Though I have tried that, and their is a lot of convention that is confusing. For example, putting a html inside a file called blogview.php In the example thats all thats in the file. When calling it it uses $this->load->view('name'); But where is that located. How does it even have access to it through $this. These are the parts that confuse me which is why I have decided to learn ways to do it on my own and then dive into a framework when I have. But I appreciate the advice.
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comment Object oriented versus function oriented for backend design in PHP?
Thank you for that @Maxpm Thats exactly the point!
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comment Object oriented versus function oriented for backend design in PHP?
For example (I just thought about it), if I want to add dynamic info on my signup_form.php to put some info the user previously inputted so as to make their life easier. If I just include a raw html form, I wouldn't have the dynamic content I need.
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comment Object oriented versus function oriented for backend design in PHP?
But of course, I am also not saying that frameworks don't have its uses, and in fact I agree, I should use a framework. But not on my project. Its a learning tool. Hence why i asked specifically to not get framework answers. And believe it or not, I get framework answers... This just shows you we have more "musicians that play chords without knowing the meaning behind them."
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comment Object oriented versus function oriented for backend design in PHP?
What you are saying is correct, but you are misinterpreting what you are saying. It is not the same thing. I want you to think about what you just said. "You can make music from learning what chord progressions fit together without having to know all the reasons why." So essentially you are saying that frameworks allow you to program without really knowing how it all works. And that is exactly the problem, with using a framework. A question not related to a framework occurs and most programmers cannot answer, and instead reflect to the framework they use.
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comment Object oriented versus function oriented for backend design in PHP?
Ahh, yes I understand. The website I am doing isn't anything that has sensitive information, and its a fun project that could potentially be something, but I am purposely doing things from scratch as to learn, which is why I am avoiding a framework. But I completely understand. Questions though, so I should have an object that itself passes or is passed to other objects like the controller, views, etc? And thank you, I appreciate you answering my question.
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comment Object oriented versus function oriented for backend design in PHP?
Thank you very much. Finally someone actually answering the question. One question, when including the views/signup_form.php, how will it have access to information previously inputted if they failed to provide all necessary inputs, for example, a sticky form? This is what I have been having trouble understanding how it could make it easier and cleaner to use.
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comment Object oriented versus function oriented for backend design in PHP?
Well I was not asking for an actual design pattern, but I do appreciate the sources you have provided as they are helpful. Thank you.
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comment Object oriented versus function oriented for backend design in PHP?
@JarrodRoberson That analogy does not make sense actually. A framework makes it easy to code, it allows rapid deployment. In music, you MUST learn scales, modes, and chords. Soo, your analogy makes more sense if you had said the actual language, like syntax, concepts, etc.