Flying With Python (Strong versus Weak Typing)

sik0fewl xxdigitalhellxx at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 14 15:42:17 CET 2003


> Perhaps that is an idea for Python 3000. A completely new name instead 
> of Python, using a word that does not yeat exist, so that we only get 
> hits unique to that name. ;-)
> 
> 
>     from random import choice
>     syllables = 'ja va perl c ++ py thon for tran eif fel a da'.split()
> 
>     nSyllables = 2
>     nWords = 100
>     result = {}
>     for i in range(nWords):
>         result[''.join([choice(syllables)
>                 for w in range(nSyllables)])] = 1
> 
>     uniqueWords = result.keys()
>     uniqueWords.sort()
>     print ', '.join(uniqueWords)
> 
> 
> There's some good names in there ...
> 
> ++++, ++eif, ++fel, ++py, ++tran, a++, aa, ac, afel, afor, aja, aperl,
> athon, c++, ceif, cfel, cfor, cperl, da++, daa, dafel, daja, daperl,
> dapy, datran, dava, eif++, eifa, eifda, eifeif, eifperl, eifthon,
> fel++, felc, felda, feleif, felfor, felja, felthon, felva, for++,
> fora, forc, forfel, forfor, forperl, forpy, forthon, fortran, jac,
> jafor, perl++, perla, perlc, perleif, perlfor, perltran, py++, pyperl,
> python, pyva, thona, thoneif, thonfel, thonfor, thonthon, thontran,
> tran++, tranda, traneif, tranja, tranperl, tranthon, tranva, va++,
> vada, vaeif, vaja, vava
> 
> 
> Sorry ... it's friday and I am not in the mood for working.
> 

Put my vote in for tranthon :)

-- 
Ryan
+1 Tranthon





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