Can you please give me some advice?
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Mon Oct 1 01:23:29 CEST 2007
cmpython at gmail.com wrote:
> And, as someone who has been learning Python from almost no
> knowledge of programming, I've found it is not too bad in trying
> to keep as reasonably close to a natural language like English
> as possible.
Sure, your next project should be learning COBOL -- it must be
> On the other hand, perhaps because Ruby is newer it has been able
> to freshly start with advantages learned from the difficulties of
> other languages.
What are those advantages in respect to Python?
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