how is python not the same as java?
john106henry at hotmail.com
Fri Nov 10 07:59:48 CET 2006
> both are interpreted oo langauges......
I remember the days when I got all excited about Java (many many moons
ago when Java first came out). I brought a whole truckload of books on
it, even spent 5 days attending a seminar on the subject. To my great
disappointment, I never got very far with it. Not being a
"professional programmer" by training, I found it very difficult to go
very far with Java. Everything was so "un-natural" for me. So, I
felt back to my little C-corner.
Last year, I got a chance to attend a 5 day class on Python. Hated it
- for the first 5 minutes (what the ****, they are using white space
for what????) but from that pont on, never look back.
Not considering myself an advance Python programmer. Don't matter, I
am very proficient with it. It allows me to get things done - in a
whole lot less time then I have to do otherwise.
Learning new things about it everyday, finding new and usefull open
source packages for it everyday.
My Java books? They hit the trash dump long ago....
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