Python as replacement for PHP?
R. Rajesh Jeba Anbiah
ng4rrjanbiah at rediffmail.com
Fri Mar 5 08:53:16 CET 2004
Ville Vainio <ville at spammers.com> wrote in message news:<du7wu60ra10.fsf at amadeus.cc.tut.fi>...
> >>>>> "R" == R Rajesh Jeba Anbiah <ng4rrjanbiah at rediffmail.com> writes:
> R> If you do *programming* without knowing what to pass to a
> R> function or what a function returns, you're a complete idiot as
> R> a idiot can be. Moreover, if you take it as an argument
> Occasionally, in absence of static typing, you might accidentally call
> a function using a return value of another function as an argument and
> they are not compatible. W/ python you notice it immediately; with PHP
> or Perl your program starts behaving weirdly (if you don't check
> return values that is) and you can't pinpoint exactly what went
> wrong. This is what makes people run to statically typed languages,
> believing that all dynamic typing is shoddy like this.
> R> against PHP, you're yet another ignorant and obviously you
> R> don't have any rights to speak about PHP nor anything.
> I wasn't really talking about PHP, but the approach you took to attack
> the arguments of OP (arguments which I agree w/ BTW, but that's
> another story).
> R> Yes, people with functioning brain may already conculded that
> R> when you posted your previous message itself.
> Previous message? The one you were replying to was the first I posted
> to this thread.
Obviously, you should know what you're doing
And, please find some time to learn about the error reporting or error
handling mechanism of the languages before throwing your comments.
(Hint: Your comments clearly shows your ignorance in one or more
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