Newbie Question about Python as a language
dave at pythonapocrypha.com
Thu Jul 29 22:07:17 CEST 2004
bruno modulix wrote:
> Dave Brueck a écrit :
>> Dave Guenthner wrote:
>>> Hello. I write a lot of small programs mostly in Visual Basic 6 or
>>> VBScript using WSH 5.6 for any number of purposes. I am curious on
>>> what Python does that say Java doesn't do?
>>> For example, I would
>>> definetly need some type if Visual Development Environment.
>> If your development style _requires_ a visual dev environment then
>> Python may not be for you - it doesn't have IDEs as mature as e.g.
>> Microsoft Visual Studio.
> It does :
Nope - that doesn't quite cut it. Granted, I may be misunderstanding
what the OP is asking for, but I assume that since he was using VB and
is asking about a *visual* development environment, he is probably
looking for the ability to visually build GUIs (and have tight
integration - auto-code generation for it and all).
AFAIK Visual Python doesn't have this - yeah it's a plugin for a more
mature IDE, but it doesn't enjoy the same level of support in that IDE
as e.g. C++. Other Python tools are getting there, but they aren't as
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