On 2019-11-10 12:50, Martin Euredjian via Python-ideas wrote:
I have found that trying to explain the value of true notation to people who lack the experience and training is always a losing proposition. I'm already regretting having started this thread, simply because I know how this works.
Reminds me of the "you can't tell people anything," post:
"What’s going on is that without some kind of direct experience to use as a touchstone, people don’t have the context that gives them a place in their minds to put the things you are telling them."
I found the thread interesting despite the many "how to type it?" replies. Don't be too discouraged.