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Doesn't take long to learn, so no reason not to. As for the future of PHP, although it's on a decline, you have to take into consideration how much is it actually used all over the place and how long it would be until most people transitioned away from it when it's already working fine for their systems. So will it be useful for awhile? Yup. Ultimately depends upon the type of work you'll be doing later or whatever situation may find yourself in that's unexpected. Better to have tools and not need to use them than needing a tool and not having it.
Fata1 Err0r huh? What is currently replacing php?
You can say us What currently replacing php ?
yeah what is replacing php? js perhaps in websites?