Beginning programming with Python
jblazi at netsurf.de
Tue Nov 16 18:57:48 CET 1999
> the less time it costs to program it, the more time it costs to run it,
> the more time it costs to program it, the less time it costs to run it.
Is this some law of nature I missed at university?
But obviously, as far as raw speed is concerned Python cannot compete with
C. Nobody can attempt to deny that. So if speed is an issue for you, use C.
Or even assembly language.
If you do not like Python, use C anyway. Why not? Actually I do not care.
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