carlf at panix.com
Fri Aug 3 03:41:48 CEST 2001
In article <mailman.996784446.25354.python-list at python.org>, Frank
"Finger Fart" Lomax wrote:
>Considering that I write 10k-50k lines of Python a day . . .
Fifty thousand lines? Okay, assume each line has two words, that's
100,000 words. Now assume you type at 100 words per minute, and
never stop to think. That's *over 16 hours* of typing. Per day.
Are you counting blank lines here? Maybe counting code reuse? Do
you never sleep?
Carl Fink carlf at dm.net
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