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javascript vs. php

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Hello everyone,
I want to know which is the best java script or php.sme tell me that php is better then Js ans some says opposite.
So I was just hoping that you guys could give me reasons why PHP is better than JS or Js is better then php. Then later I'll have a list of reasons.

some one tell me that you can't really compare them. Normally, you use them both. Javascript for the nice dynamic client side stuff (like hiding a part of the page) and PHP to generate the page. And then there's ajax, which makes both work really great together.

some one tell me that
PHP have mail function
js, dont have it.
with php you can have the remote and local time
with js you can have user time...
with php you can have remote and host address
with js ... i dont know !!
with php the source is not lookable in the source code
with js the source can be see in the source code of the page.

so please post your openion here but with reson which wil help me.
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It is like comparing apples and oranges. Both are fruit, but they are totally different.

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Which is better, a fork or a knife?

The question doesn't make sense because both are tools that work together when we eat. Same with your question: neither can be deemed "better" than the other as they are both tools that do very different things that work together, not in competition with each other.
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