XML vs Python?
kaz at ashi.footprints.net
Sat Jan 25 01:38:49 CET 2003
paul at boddie.net (Paul Boddie) wrote in message news:<23891c90.0301240929.196ae7bf at posting.google.com>...
> kaz at ashi.footprints.net (Kaz Kylheku) wrote in message news:<cf333042.0301232326.582ac37 at posting.google.com>...
> > Do you know that Lisp programmers have been storing data as nested
> > lists for forty years? You have rediscovered the wheel.
> Sounds like the shortened version of a typical Erik Naggum rant about XML:
That's amazing; I somehow said something about XML without ever
mentioning it! Creative reading comprehension at work.
But for the record, I think that XML is a retarded pile of crap
invented and maintained by members of an underclass of unthinking
idiots that unfortunately make up an influential segment of the
Whatever constitutes the Python equivalent of S-expresions will likely
blow XML away, so just use it!
How is that? :)
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