[Edu-sig] The fate of raw_input() in Python 3000

dblank at brynmawr.edu dblank at brynmawr.edu
Fri Sep 8 13:15:31 CEST 2006

> On 9/7/06, dblank at brynmawr.edu <dblank at brynmawr.edu> wrote:
>> > I think the professors are very wrong here.
>> This isn't about "I'm right; you're wrong"; it's about making a decsion
>> that can effect the way that *others* want to use Python. Removing
>> input()
>> FORCES people to have to address import, streams, dot notation,
>> functions,
>> and strings.
> OK, you've persuaded me:  remove it, by all means.

:) Of course, I meant that it forces people to use those topics before
they want to.

I assume that you don't really want to dictate to other teachers the order
that these items are addressed, right? Just checking...


> Kirby

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