Wavelet package available?

Christos TZOTZIOY Georgiou tzot at sil-tec.gr
Tue Sep 30 02:53:00 CEST 2003


On Mon, 29 Sep 2003 23:03:44 +0200, rumours say that "gez"
<gez_75 at hotmail.com> might have written:

>Why this stupid answer? I tried to find python in combination with wavelets,
>both in the normal Google search engine and the Google groups search. Also
>jpython/jython, etc. but non of the results was what I wanted to use. So,
>that is why I posted it here. Think this is exacly the place to be...

If Terry's answer was stupid like you say, then you shouldn't continue
your paragraph following precisely his suggestion (that is, providing
info about your previous efforts to answer your question).  Imagine sb
telling me to jump off a bridge, me answering "this is stupid!" and then
jumping off the bridge... how would you call that?

[snip of more info about prior searches]
>So, please, think before you write such an answer. Not everybody is as
>stupid as you think.

Please note that Terry didn't call you stupid, he just hinted how to get
more helpful replies.
What exactly in his post was so offensive?  Note that when he used the
phrase 'they should not waste time on' (a subsentence with high
offensive-likeness), the object (syntactically speaking) wasn't <you> or
<your post> but <possible paths to help answer your question>.

[snip]
>So please be more kind to the next poster that (in you eyes) posts a stupid
>question.

IMO Terry *wasn't* unkind towards your post, while IYO he *was*.

If you thought he patronized you, you should say so; but he never called
you or your post 'stupid'.

Please try another approach.  Thank you.
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