Python advocacy

Fredrik Lundh effbot at telia.com
Fri Mar 3 22:04:53 CET 2000


Brett g Porter wrote:
> Obviously, Paul is entitled to his view that the cost of proficiency in
C++
> is too high. As a proficient C++ programmer, I have to disagree. I can't
> imagine writing industrial-strength apps solely in Python.

what if Python would grow a type system?

and an industrial-strength compiler, on top of that?

is there *anything* you can do in C++ that you
couldn't express in a typed version of Python?

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