Why use Perl when we've got Python?!

Abigail abigail at delanet.com
Sun Aug 15 12:44:37 CEST 1999


John W. Stevens (jstevens at basho.fc.hp.com) wrote on MMCLXXIV September
MCMXCIII in <URL:news:37b4cf70 at cs.colorado.edu>:
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'' But if you do like OO, don't Perl.

I actually agree with that. But then, for the same reason, I wouldn't
use Python either. You see, Perl's OO model was taken from Python.
I don't like Perl's OO model, because 1) it doesn't give me what I want
from an OO model and 2) it doesn't give me what the rest of Perl does.

It's very unlikely I would turn to Python for its OO.



Abigail
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