John J. Lee
jjl at pobox.com
Mon Sep 29 16:49:14 CEST 2003
drn <bmproj2003 at yahoo.com> writes:
Oops. Your subject line and this formal greeting makes your message
look like spam. People rarely say anything more formal than 'hi' on
USENET, and quite often nothing at all. And your subject line tells
people almost exactly nothing (and why is that Re: there -- you're not
replying to any message, are you?).
> as we are going to develop a educational s/w for children at preprimary level
> we are facing some problems in deciding what platform to choose and what s/w to
> use. so please help.
> -we have more of graphics work.
What kind of graphics? I don't know the right questions to ask you
here, but telling us whether it's 2D or 3D would be a start...
> -we have two students working simutaneously on one system.
> -we will be having 4-5 systems in total in one classroom.
> -----shall we go for one system as a linux sever with somewhat higher
This isn't a Python question. Try one of the comp.os.linux* groups,
> -----which lanuage do you suggest - c/c++ or any browser based software like
You need to give more information about your objectives. Certainly
I'd strongly reccommend all newbies to avoid C and C++ like the plague
until they know *exactly* why they need them (you may well not need
them at all).
Still, you might like to look at Pygame:
> please help and send your suggestions as soon as possible.
> my email id is bmproj2003 at yahoo.com
It's usually called an "email address", not an "email id". :-)
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