Defending Python

Jorey Bump devnull at joreybump.com
Sun Jul 10 22:16:46 CEST 2005


Bruno Desthuilliers <bdesth.quelquechose at free.quelquepart.fr> wrote in
news:42d17b1f$0$19917$636a15ce at news.free.fr: 

> Jorey Bump a écrit :
>> Bruno Desthuilliers <bdesth.quelquechose at free.quelquepart.fr> wrote
>> in news:42d031da$0$30239$636a15ce at news.free.fr:
>> 
>>>Grant Edwards a écrit :
>>>
>>>>On 2005-07-09, Brian <desertgarden at netscape.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>>>>folks as an easily acquired extra skill.
>>>>>
>>>>>I agree 100% with your statement above.  Python may not be
>>>>>sufficient for being the only programming language that one needs
>>>>>to know -- yet, it does come in VERY handy for projects that need
>>>>>to perform tasks on non-Microsoft operating systems.  :-)
>>>>
>>>>It's also darned handy for projects that need to perform tasks
>>>>on Microsft operating systems but you want to do all the
>>>>development work under a real OS.
>>>
>>>It's also darned handy for projects that need to perform tasks on 
>>>Microsft operating systems.
>> 
>> It's also darned handy for projects that need to perform tasks... Or 
>> don't... And for other things besides projects...
>> 
>> Anyway, it's darned handy!
> 
> it's.

+1 for this becoming the official name of Python 3000. ;)

And now for something completely different...

The larch!



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