One drawback of python...
ykingma at accessforall.nl
Thu Feb 13 19:46:06 CET 2003
Robin Munn wrote:
> Paul Nilsson <python.newsgroup at REMOVE.paulnilsson.com> wrote:
>> On Wed, 12 Feb 2003 09:10:33 -0500, an infinite amount of monkeys
>> hijacked the computer of Peter Hansen <peter at engcorp.com> and wrote:
>>>There's a solution to that, I suppose, which I've been using for about
>>>two years now. Don't "go back" to those other languages... this is the
>>>approach to the question of whether to use another language. ;-)
>> Thats a nice idea but often you don't get to choose, and your
>> la-la-la-la approach will lose you jobs. I'd love to work with python
>> but I think the reality is I'll still be using Java and C for some
>> time to come. Like the original poster says this can be a disadvantage
>> once you've tasted the good life.
> So shrug your shoulders, use Java or C when it's required, and point out
> from time to time that you wish you could have done that bit in Python
> because it would have been much simpler.
In Java you might try and smuggle jython.jar onto the class path.
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