is it better (for execution, not programming) to get everything into one file (say index.php) or into several files (say index.php, authorize.php, config.php, admin.php, track.php, submit.php,...)
It is better for you to use many files for your website because I used to have my website where I had 1 file my whole site, which was about 15 KB. It loaded slowly. But when I divided up into 7 different files, it flew. I am a believer of the include statement!Originally posted by Cheap Bastard
right... but i was talking executably speaking, not programming speaking. I know it's harder on the programmer, but i really don't care.
I'm just wondering if one big file (with switch statements and if-else's) has faster executing speed (or the same) as putting it into 2800 different files... Knowing of course that every action would have it's own name... Not too far subdivided. It just makes it a lot less messy to the end user.