Python 2.0 quick reference...

- RZ rzantow at usa.net
Fri May 25 15:24:13 CEST 2001


"Andrew Dalke" <dalke at acm.org> wrote in message news:<9ei3s3$pl2$1 at slb5.atl.mindspring.net>...
> """
>  Martijn Faassen wrote:
> >Ah, this isn't an actual thread, it's just a deep-coded PSU
> >interchange. The messages are more or less fluff, but there's
> >a secret message in it. It's not easy to determine the message
> >yourself, just start your python interpreter and type
> 
> Python Secret Underground?
> 
> My, that sounds strange.  Ever hear of a language mafia
> before?  Even if there was, why would they hang around
> c.l.py?  Tim no doubt has something to say about this <wink>.
> So, back to the thread.
> 
> Ahhh, what was this branch of the thread about again?  Text,
> and how it's the only thing which conveys "intellegent
> content"?
> 
> No way can i believe in that conjecture.  One only need
> look at scientific journals to see that graphics and images
> are very important.  Oh, and if you see color pictures you
> know either they are very important or the lab is rich,
> because putting color costs the author even more money to
> have it published.  (Neighborhood of an extra $1,000 for
> some journals!)
> 
>                     Andrew
>                     dalke at acm.org

Cute. Loved each valuable entry, really.



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