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Michael Scarlett bitshadow at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 26 05:50:02 CEST 2004


leegtech <leegtech at damned.spam.sport.rr.com> wrote in message news:<YyRMc.21619$WP1.4680 at fe1.texas.rr.com>...
> Byron wrote:
> 
> > Probably, the main source of resistance is the fact that the makers of
> > Python do not provide a free, RAD (Rapid Application Development) tool
> > that allows users to quickly and easily build GUIs visually, such as
> > Java's Netbeans (www.netbeans.org).  Most programmers like an
> > easy-to-use RAD that allows users to quickly and easily develop GUI
> > applications.  Unfortunately, until Python is able to strongly compete
> > in this area, most companies will continue to only believe that Python
> > is mostly a cute scripting tool.
> 
> I'm just now learning VB.NET for work.  I really, REALLY wanted to learn
> Python, either at work or home, but I just don't have the time.  I am
> grudgingly beginning to like VB.NET, not for the language, but for the
> frigging RAD IDE.  If there were a Python equivalent available, even if it
> only did a third of what Visual Studio.NET can do, I'd be learning Python
> on my own instead.
> 
> My .02.
> 
> Lee



there actually is, but that's off this thread's topic, do a search on
google and you'll find one. I think because it is m$$ you'll need to
pay for it though.



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