[Python-Dev] Parrot -- should life imitate satire?
Tue, 31 Jul 2001 23:10:50 +0300
On Tue, 31 Jul 2001, Guido van Rossum <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Actually, this may not be as big a deal as I thought before. The PVM
> doesn't have a lot of knowledge about types built into its instruction
> set. It knows a bit about classes, lists, dicts, but not e.g. about
> ints and strings. The opcodes are mostly very abstract: BINARY_ADD etc.
In Python that gives "12". In Perl that gives 3.
Unless you suggest a PERL_BINARY_ADD and a PYTHON_BINARY_ADD, I
don't see how you can around these things.
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Secure (inaccessible): 4BD1 7705 EEC0 260A 7F21 4817 C7FC A636 46D0 1BD6
Insecure (accessible): C5A5 A8FA CA39 AB03 10B8 F116 1713 1BCF 54C4 E1FE
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