Dijkstra on Python

holger krekel pyth at devel.trillke.net
Tue Aug 13 10:48:19 CEST 2002

James J. Besemer wrote:
> Al Vining [and many others] write:
> > "There should be one -- and preferably only one
> > -- obvious way to do it."
> So, plainly, "there's more than one way" to solve most problems in any
> modern programming language.

These two statements are not strongly contradicting each other.  

In fact, i concur that python usually offers one *obvious* 
way to do something and that's a good thing.  Just because
there is an infinite set of alternatives (with almost
every language) doesn't limit the validity of the quoted

just my 2ec,


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