Python is fun (useless social thread) ;-)
Diez B. Roggisch
deets at nospam.web.de
Thu Jun 15 18:12:57 CEST 2006
Sybren Stuvel schrieb:
> John Salerno enlightened us with:
>> Did you have to learn it for a job?
> Nope, but I do most of my job in Python nowadays. I heard rumours
> about it being a nice language. After my first look at it, I was
>> Also, how did you go about learning it?
> I first followed the tutorial, then simply started using it. And I
> watch this newsgroup to see if there are new things to learn.
>> Was there any necessity in the specifics you learned, or did you
>> just dabble in something (e.g. wxPython) for fun?
> Mostly dabbling, although I learned (and improved) TLSLite because I
> needed it for my graduation project.
>> Are there still some things you feel you need to learn or improve?
> I'd love to be able to calll functions from Windows DLLs on x86 Linux.
> Don't know if it'll be possible, though. Ideas anyone?
WINE? If you can run a DLL on linux, you can ultimately run a windows
python on linux I guess :)
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