How useful do you find the interactive interpreter?
jkraska1 at san.rr.com
Sun Jun 24 04:22:42 CEST 2001
On 23 Jun 2001 17:58:18 -0700, slaytanic_killer at disinfo.net (slaytanic killer) wrote:
>I am looking at Python seriously, and I can see that the interpreter
>would be really good for testing out ideas. Getting small things to
>work and then switching over to a text editor to generalize what I've
>learned. Is this how people generally use it?
The interpreter is nice; however, do keep in mind that python itself
is modify and run. Compiling is automatic, correctly handles the
dependencies, is so quick as to not be seen, and therefore doesn't
intrude on one's development.
All that said, I frequently use the interpreter to test things. The value
of probing and interact with software extemporaneously is immense.
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