The perfect Python
danb_83 at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 29 03:26:25 CEST 2002
Jean-François Ménard wrote:
>>Private, public, static, arggggggggggg
>>"Your" perfect Python already exists, call "Java".
>>Sorry, he isn't Open Source.
> No! I don't think Java is a better language...
> - No multiple inheritence
> - Static typing
> - Confusing package mechanism
> - Compilation needed
> - Higher overhead
> - Brackets
> - etc. etc.
Don't forget about the lack of operator overloading.
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