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    Does anyone know a program that converts JSP to PHP or the tell me what I need to do as haven't done it before?

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    They're two very different languages. You need to rewrite the script totally; even then it might not work if it uses Java- or JSP-only features.
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    It's for a simple online submission form...

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    (repeats what he just said)
    How do you convert English to Spanish (first person to say "use an online translator" gets walloped with a cold haddock)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twey
    How do you convert English to Spanish (first person to say "use an online translator" gets walloped with a cold haddock)?
    Stick a babelfish in your ear.
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    (wallops Cr3 with a cold haddock)
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    I don't think hitting Cr3 with a haddock is quite the same as using a babelfish, he'll just get confused...

    Use someone who has experience in both languages (translator) or a dictionary?

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    Or do as a lot of English do when they go to Spain stand there pointing and speaking english very loudly hoping that if you talk loud enough someone will understand.
    - Right now I don't know where this is getting me but if I learn something, 'what the hey'!

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    English-Spanish is the best language.

    HELLO? SPEAKO THE ENGLISHO? WE WANTO PLANE TICKETO!

    I could listen to it for days.
    I live in Brighton, South of the UK, and we get a lot of funny american tourists. You might know of the Brighton Pavilion - I happened to have stopped there on a break from cycling, when I overheard this little gem:

    "So, this must be that Buckminster Palace."

    Ah, tourists. I love 'em.

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    We get funny everything tourists in Brighton. Japanese:
    Excuse! You know way to Leeds?
    Certainly. Just drive north for about a quarter of a day, then follow the signs.
    Nationally challenged pirate types:
    Arr! Ye got a map 'bout yer person, laddie?
    I kid you not, one of them even had the wooden leg. Then there was the old (she must have been about 80) Scottish woman who got on buses and continually whacked the bus driver with an umbrella until he let her get off - miles away from her stop. She then hopped on another bus and did exactly the same thing on the way back.

    English-Spanish is at its best when seen being bawled loudly at a bewildered Frenchwoman, I find.
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