CPython vs. Jython/JPython
ingo.adler at synacon.ch
Tue Oct 31 23:23:31 CET 2000
Bill de hÓra wrote:
> ANSI C is very possibly more portable than Java.
Really? What are the #ifdefs for in "ANSI C" - Python?
> Raw C written by a good programmer is typically more efficient in space ...
There are benchmarks that show the opposite.
> Java is owned by a company, you have to pay Sun Microsystems a tribute to
> sell Java code.
Is this really true?
I think, Guido made the point in this thread: JPython is used as glue for
Java-Apps and CPython is used as glue in C++-Apps. It's not possible to replace
one with the other (easily) for this purpose .
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