No Python 2.0 (was Re: idiom for initial list of lists)
urner at alumni.princeton.edu
Tue Sep 12 00:21:16 CEST 2000
aahz at panix.com (Aahz Maruch) wrote:
>In article <vidnrsgrf9e9jar537gk31ivia1jhifcjo at 4ax.com>,
>Kirby Urner <urner at alumni.princeton.edu> wrote:
>>So? Same features. By your reasoning we shouldn't have talked
>>about 1.6 all this time either then.
>In point of fact, I raised the exact same issue when 1.6 started getting
>trotted out (in alpha). And relatively few people have been giving
>1.6-based solutions to the questions on the newsgroup.
Then I think you're having a negative impact on the free
flow of information about all versions, including betas
and alphas. Selfish of you, IMO, to make this silly rule.
I encourage everyone to ignore the enjoinder to not post
syntax that only pertains to the newest versions of Python
(whether beta or not).
You say it's cruel to do so. I just laugh, com sa: hahahhahahahhaa.
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