VB(ish) replacement

Nick J Chackowsky mediocre_person at hotmail.com
Sat Jul 24 17:16:12 CEST 2004

John J. Lee wrote:
> Dave Boland <NOSPAMdboland9 at stny.rr.com> writes:
> [...]

>>5. IDE and ability to graphically design windows.

>>It looks like any of the three languages have most or all of what they
>>need, but I don't use scripting languages enough to give a good answer.
> Can't speak for Ruby, but I'm fairly sure both Perl and Python do fine
> on all points but 3.
> Python does fine on the remaining point.  Perl fails *badly* here:
> http://www.google.com/groups?threadm=87u12z90eq.fsf%40pobox.com&selm=D87u12z90eq.fsf%2540pobox.com
> John

    Regarding point 5: I'm another VBer, and the language itself 
notwithstanding, I *love* VB's design & code IDE. Is there, in fact, 
anything comparable for Python?


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