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From: Harry George <harry.g.george at boeing.com>
Subject: Re: Boss wants me to program
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"Adriaan Renting" <renting at astron.nl> writes:
[snip]
> This doesn't mean I would recommend VB for everything. For large
> projects C++ or java can both be far superior, depending on needs and
> available tools and libraries. I realy like Python for small projects on
> Linux. Both VB and Python are easier to learn as the more powerful
> languages, the price is that they lack features that make it easier to
> manage large and complex projects.
> 
[snip]

What is a large project, and what is Python missing that C++ and Java
have for such tasks?   

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harry.g.george at boeing.com
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