Does python always need to compile ENTIRE program before it can start to run it???
seberino at spawar.navy.mil
Mon Nov 3 19:44:48 CET 2003
I can achieve something similar to Python's automatic compilation
in C/C++ by making a script that compiles and runs my program like this:
make ; myprogram
I am trying to think of an advantage Python has over this hack....
Is it true that unlike C/C++ that Python programs can start executing
before compilation is COMPLETELY done??? I think so but I'm not sure.
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