Zen of ...
mwh at python.net
Thu Dec 18 15:17:23 CET 2003
Gerrit Holl <gerrit at nl.linux.org> writes:
> Tim Churches wrote about the Zen of Python:
> > It is entirely possible to do programming in Perl, but the results bear
> > little resemblance to these desiderata.
> So the Zen of Python shouldn't *be called* the Zen of Programming.
No, it should be called "19 Pythonic Theses", which has the advantage
of being vaguely accurate...
> so python will fork if activestate starts polluting it?
I find it more relevant to speculate on whether Python would fork
if the merpeople start invading our cities riding on the backs of
giant king crabs. -- Brian Quinlan, comp.lang.python
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