hesterloli at hotmail.com
Wed Jun 19 02:46:16 CEST 2002
Your apology (?) is well taken and I apologize myself. Later I tried to think
of code in ASP using VBScript to determine the version of ASP running and I
realized that does not come right off the top of my head. So there is no reason
why it should be any easier in Python. My apologies again Please! I will look
at what you wrote again without jumping down your throat.
"Peter Hansen" <peter at engcorp.com> wrote in message
news:3D0FD592.93BFBCDB at engcorp.com...
> George Hester wrote:
> > Listen you aren't my daddy. If you do not want to help constructively then
> > please get off my boat.
> I thought I was being constructive in two distinct ways, although
> perhaps I was more blunt than you were able to handle. If so,
> my apologies for appearing to patronize you. That was not my
> I did point out two helpful things (I thought). One was to
> show you by explicit example how you can't access sys.version
> until you've imported the sys module. You didn't seem to
> understand that was required from your response in another post,
> and I believe you might have missed the point again in
> reading my response. If you read the post again, you'll see
> that I got the same error you did until I did "import sys"
> and then the problem went away. As that would have solved
> your initial problem, I felt it would be fairly helpful.
> Secondly, and I believe I'm still correct here, I pointed out
> that you might have a lot of trouble trying to juggle two
> things at the same time: learning Python, and using it in
> an unforgiving environment as an ASP scripting language.
> I have been in your position many times in the past, and
> every time I have been burned by ignoring my own instincts.
> Never attempt to take on two difficult tasks at once when
> you can partition the problem and approach one task at a
> time. Learn Python first (without ASP involved), _then_
> try to use it for ASP.
> You may choose to ignore my advice. It was, after all,
> given freely and, as always, is worth what it costs you...
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