"pythonic"

Alan James Salmoni alan_salmoni at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 22 11:21:44 CEST 2003


I must confess that I thought that Pythonic was a state of mind:
something more like Zen than any strict definition could provide.

Let's just say that something Pythonic may only be defined by example.
"You know it when you see it" sort of stuff!

Alan James Salmoni
SalStat Statistics
http://salstat.sunsite.dk

Afanasiy <abelikov72 at hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<glns9v0r21a1c88m7jn2fuvh3kdvkq5urh at 4ax.com>...
> Too many times now I have seen the term "pythonic" used to vaguely
> describe something which is never explicitly defined, as if it cannot be.
> 
> Now it seems I can just replace "pythonic" with "my idea of utopia".
> 
> I do not know if this ignorance, laziness, or a meme, but I would like
> to know if there a real definition of "pythonic". Anyone?




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