Python as Guido Intended
bokr at oz.net
Thu Nov 24 16:07:02 CET 2005
On Thu, 24 Nov 2005 10:49:59 +0000, Simon Brunning <simon.brunning at gmail.com> wrote:
>On 24 Nov 2005 10:21:51 GMT, Antoon Pardon <apardon at forel.vub.ac.be> wrote:
>> But only Guido, thinks like Guido and then even Guido may now think
>> differently than he thought before. And what if Guido had a bad day
>> when he came up with something, should we just adopt to what he
>> had in mind without questioning them.
>No one is suggesting that Guido is perfect. But he's consistently a
>better judge of language design than I am, and in all likelihood
>better than you, too. If you like Python, it's 'cos you like the
>decisions he's made over many years.
>Where my first impulse is to think that one of decisions is wrong,
>nine times out of ten in time I'll come to find that I was wrong and
>he was right.
You have a reservation about that other 10% ? ;-)
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