Newbie - Stuck

Theerasak Photha hanumizzle at gmail.com
Tue Oct 10 11:36:06 CEST 2006


On 10/9/06, Christoph Haas <email at christoph-haas.de> wrote:

> Yes, I know Perl makes "0" from anything that doesn't look like a number
> but Python's principle is to never hide errors while Perl makes certain
> assumptions. So Python prefers to complain.

And raises real exceptions moreover, instead of leaving you with a
string and holding the bag. I still like Perl after a fashion, but
c'mon, Konrad Zuse thought of real exceptions handling in
19--bleeding--46.

-- Theerasak



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