Anyone looked at pike?
mstenber at cc.Helsinki.FI
Mon Nov 29 07:30:39 CET 1999
kaleissin at nvg.org (Kaleissin) writes:
> Specifically: why they claim it's faster?
Shrug.. see below.
> Though, why anyone would want Yet Another C-Like Syntax is beyond me...<wink>
* It has static typing (which is much faster than dynamic used in Python,
Also, I'm not sure about how it's binding works and so on - but it seems to
be mostly "glue on top of C++" approach, not really dynamically
typed/late-bound language like Python. I personally would rather use C++(*)
really. Of course, I haven't been exposed for long. :)
I really wonder about similarities they mentioned on that page. It seemed
to me that it looked a lot more Perl-ish than Python-esque. Hmm. Maybe it
was all those braces and C(++) jargon they used.
from one example..
void find_song(string title)
string name, song;
if (string song=records[name][title])
^^^^^^ looks downright perverted to me :P
I rather commit ritual suicide than code C++ in prolonged fashion.
And I even (sort of) like C :P
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