[ANNOUNCE] Garbage collection for Python
tismer at tismer.com
Sun Apr 16 20:27:06 CEST 2000
Michael Hudson wrote:
> Christian Tismer <tismer at tismer.com> writes:
> > It will become simpler, simpler and simpler.
> I cam across a great quote the other day; I think it was attributed to
> Alan Perlis, and it was:
> Simplicity follows complexity, not the other way round.
Thank you a lot, it was exactly the quote I was trying
to look up, but I didn't find it again. It is very true.
> I think (and in fact have always thought, even before I read the
> quote) Stackless Python is an almost perfect example of this.
1 + 1 == 42 for-sufficiently-large-values-of-1 - ly y'rs - chris
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