New to Python: Features
grante at visi.com
Tue Oct 5 06:11:40 CEST 2004
On 2004-10-05, Richard Blackwood <richardblackwood at cloudthunder.com> wrote:
>>>>>Hi, I'm new to Python and I'd like to know if Python has the following
>>>>>support: *please answer to each individually, thanks*
>>>>Wow. Rude much?
>>>What does "Rude much" mean?
>>You've _got_ to be kidding...
> I don't think that that is proper english.
Oh. My. Gaawwwd!
Which one, the "Rude much?" crack or the "You've got to be
kidding..." crack? The latter isn't all that improper
(especially not for Usenet). The former is colloqial US
English. More specifically it's "Valley Speak" -- made popular
outside "The Valley" by movies like "Valley Girl", "Mall Rats",
"Heathers", and just about any John Hughes movie (especially
Sixteen Candles). The first two are crap, but "Heathers" is a
good movie, and I still like "Sixteen Candles".
> Anyhow, I wasn't trying to muster up anything or annoy anyone.
> My sincere apologies to all who were offended.
Apology accepted on the condition that you read
how-to-ask-smart-questions, and go browse around
www.python.org for 15 minutes.
Grant Edwards grante Yow! Uh-oh!! I forgot
at to submit to COMPULSORY
> Anyhow, I wasn't trying to muster up anything or annoy anyone. My
> sincere apologies to all who were offended.
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