phr-n2001d at nightsong.com
Fri Nov 2 04:05:16 CET 2001
Jive Dadson <jdadson at ix.netcom.com> writes:
> I just learned about Python a couple of days ago. A customer suggested
> we use it (rather than Java) for an application interface. So, I
> downloaded the latest beta version, Python-2_2b1.exe, and installed it.
> I was under the impression that it came with open source. I can't find
> any source files. Dot-h, yes. Dot-c or dot-cpp, no. How does one
> obtain them?
They're at www.python.org, you must have just not downloaded the right
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