What is Python?

Grant Griffin g2 at seebelow.org
Wed Sep 20 22:29:50 CEST 2000

Grant Edwards wrote:
> In article <39C867B5.DFF9FFD3 at seebelow.org>, Grant Griffin wrote:
> >We native English speakers have grown to love its idiosyncrasies for
> >their charm.  However, when I first learned to read, I was very
> >frustrated with the non-uniformity of its spelling.  (In fact, I had to
> >chuckle a little when I first heard a few years ago that the Germans
> >thought their already-highly-logical spelling needed "reform".)  So in
> >that vein, I guess learning to _read_ English gives the native English
> >speaker a bit of a taste for what its like to learn to _speak_ it.
> Hey, at least we've only got one word for "the" and none of
> that silly "gender" stuff.


er,-excuse-me:-...-"a_men_-and-_women_"-<wink>-ly y'rs,


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