[Python-ideas] syntax for set
bruce at leapyear.org
Thu Nov 25 18:37:35 CET 2010
> The idea is flawed. No, really! People would start
> writing integer literals as floats. And the scheme
> doesn't cover floats (there is no standard way of
> writing decimal places in Roman numerals AFAIK).
> Rob Cliffe
3.14 == CCCXIVE-II
I've always thought COBOL did a better job of EIBTI with spelled out
keywords like ADD instead of + etc. This would clearly one up COBOL. (ADD
ONE TO COBOL GIVING PYTHON)
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