What is Python?
m.faassen at vet.uu.nl
Tue Sep 19 10:05:59 CEST 2000
Tim Hammerquist <tim at degree.ath.cx> wrote:
> I'm just not getting all this. I have no intention of quitting Perl. I
> enjoy Perl. I enjoy Python. This isn't a matter of religion, when you
> can be Mormon when you want multiple wives, but Catholic when you want
> some coffee. Languages are tools. Perl is a brilliant tool. Python is
> a brilliant tool. Each have their strengths.
Anyway, I sorry I inadvertently started this part of the thread; I wasn't
telling you to quit Perl. I was just being annoying and noting my observation
that quite a few people did slowly drop out of Perl after discovering
Python. But that something *does* happen doesn't mean it *should* happen.
Perl has its strengths and it is an interesting language.
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