Thoughts about Python
PPNTWIMBXFFC at spammotel.com
Tue Feb 24 22:33:50 CET 2004
> > I find your Thoughts about Python very interesting and valuable. I agree
> > in many of your arguments.
> He mostly presented not arguments but unsupported ideas. Most are based on
> misunderstandings with obvious flaws to experienced Pythoneers.
I cannot rule out misunderstandings and yes, I cannot see obvious
flaws (still can't, but I obviously have to read through all the
material to get answers). I do admit, that my "thoughts/ideas" may
have implications on the interpreter/language I cannot assess.
> > I would recommend you to post your thoughts directly to
> > guido at python.org.
> NO! Do not do this. Guido is already way too busy to have such stuff
> imposed on him.
> Posting here was exactly the right thing to do.
> >Guido is the source for a possible change.
I won't, don't be scared.
Obviously my "ideas/thoughts" are MY "personal problem" with Python as
I understand the comments so far and I must first learn more Python
before I can state things that disturbed me while learning...
Greetings from a Python-learner,
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