why should I learn python
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Sat Sep 8 01:13:13 CEST 2007
On Sep 6, 9:20 pm, "Gabriel Genellina" <gagsl-... at yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
> En Thu, 06 Sep 2007 23:34:10 -0300, Grant Edwards <gra... at visi.com>
> > On 2007-09-06, Torsten Bronger <bron... at physik.rwth-aachen.de> wrote:
> >> Hallöchen!
> >> Tom Brown writes:
> >>> [...] Python has been by far the easiest to develop in. Some
> >>> people might say it is not "real programming" because it is so
> >>> easy.
> >> I can't believe this. Have you really heard such a statement?
> > Maybe it's a allusion to that fake Stroustrup interview where
> > he supposedly explains that C++ was meant to be a difficult
> > language to use as a means to keep more programmers employed at
> > higher salaries?
> I always thought the only goal of the C++ standard comittee was to devise
> the most intrincate and convoluted rule ever imaginable.
> It's like playing AD&D: the basic manual says something, but The Book Of
> The Perfect And Sublime Elf says that in this case this other rule
> applies, but a warrior Elf can read in The Ultimate And Most Complete
> Warrior Companion a totally different rule, but the character's alignment
> forbids all the three possibilities...
> Gabriel Genellina
Ha, ha, ha! lol. :)
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