New to Python; what about #include, extern and function prototypes
hamilcar at never.mind
Sun Mar 7 08:01:15 CET 2004
In article <Fkx2c.105588$jf4.6345669 at news000.worldonline.dk> (Sun, 07 Mar
2004 05:14:20 +0100), Bo Jacobsen wrote:
> I'm new to Python, and it looks as if there is no
> C like "#include and extern" or function protypes.
> No shell like ".
I don't understand this part.
> Is there any way to implement them ?
I don't know. I've been a C programmer for almost exactly 20 years: Neither
"extern" nor function prototypes are necessary in Python.
> PS: For me, "import module" is no replacement for include.
"import" and "#include" do not have exactly the same meaning but they
accomplish more or less the same result.
What is it you're trying to do that requires these C/C++ features?
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