IDLE - Customizing output format
Diez B. Roggisch
deets at nospam.web.de
Sun Sep 24 23:09:18 CEST 2006
>> And I am wondering at your continual surprise when the rest of the world
>> fails to share your perceptions. Doesn't this carry *any* information?
> not the rest of the world, but the rest of the python community.
> That's a big difference.
> So it looks that I have to code to change the output format.
> Reminds me 'good old days'.
Gosh. Shocking. A programmer is supposed to program if he wants a
program to behave differently. When the heck has this world mutated from
a place where uttering nonsense made it immediately happen, as if by magic?
I can recall two times that has been the case before:
- paradise. Ended presumably 6000 years ago, according to your local
intelligent designer outlet.
- dot-com era, unfortunately only for funding ideas, not so much
developing or even successfully deploying them. Ended 2001.
Obviously historians have to consider a third period: the golden times
of Illias wishful thinking reign, a collectively unnoticed time which
only records could be found if brain scanning was more developed in just
one brain in the world. Yours.
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