You know you're a Pythonista when..

Alan James Salmoni alan_salmoni at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 11 12:01:01 CEST 2003


You hear a joke and say:

"for i in range(10):
    laugh(lots)"

I think that is the more extreme case, but I knew I was becoming a
Pythonista when I looked at code in other languages and ranted to
myself: "Why is it so complicated???"

Or you double-take when someone says "Guido"...

Or comp.lang.python is in your bookmarks (yes, it is!).

Have fun!

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

bitbucket at safe-mail.net (poiboy) wrote in message news:<af6b5bdd.0306101027.226c2b77 at posting.google.com>...
> ..or "Empathy and Envy on the Road to Enlightenment."
>                                                                                   
> I'm a doit-yer-selfer counting signposts on my path to PyNirvana,
> and I'm wondering what epiphanies the better traveled have
> experienced along their own.
>                                                                                   
> Those that have marked my progress are:
>                                                                                   
> 1) Bookmarking the Language Reference Index and realizing that "for
>    language lawyers" applied to *me* (my links for "Extending and
>    Embedding" and "Python/C API" are still blue).
>                                                                                   
> 2) Relying on unittest.
>                                                                                   
> 3) Discovering filter() and map().
>                                                                                   
> 4) Fortifying classes with __setattr__() and friends.
>                                                                                   
> 4.5) Leaving if:, elif:, and else: on their own lines for fear of
>      scorn or deprecation.
>                                                                                   
> Aloha, the poiboy




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