Python's "only one way to do it" philosophy isn't good?

Paul Rubin http
Sun Jun 17 05:07:35 CEST 2007

Neil Cerutti <horpner at> writes:
> I don't know that much about ML. I know is does a really nice job
> of generic containers, as does C++. But can it 'foo' any type as
> easily as C++?
> template <class T> T foo(T);

I don't know enough C++ to understand what the above means exactly,
but I think the answer is approximately "yes".  I actually don't
know ML either, so I'm thinking in terms of Haskell types which
are similar.

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