More random python observations from a perl programmer

Tom Christiansen tchrist at mox.perl.com
Fri Aug 20 15:28:04 CEST 1999


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In comp.lang.python, 
    Alex Maranda <amaranda at spider.com> writes:
:> >     So much for being typeless. Sigh.
:Tom, you might have done reasonably well the rest of your Python
:homework, but that is a very dumb statement. Tcl is typeless. Python is
:rather strongly typed and proud with that. 

I'm just reporting what I've read.  I wasn't aware that Mark Lutz was
considered a spreader of fictions.  I'd swear his book used that phrase
a lot.  I agree that dynamically typed is more sensible a term.

--tom
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