Python Written in C?

Mensanator mensanator at
Mon Jul 21 04:31:23 CEST 2008

On Jul 20, 7:37�pm, Roy Smith <r... at> wrote:
> In article
> <a9620c65-49c6-4fe7-9cbe-de3779ec3... at>,
> �Mensanator <mensana... at> wrote:
> > C isn't a high level language, that's part of its problem.
> C is the highest level assembler language

Isn't that like bragging about being the smartest
kid on the short bus?

> I've ever used. �And I've used a
> few. �It really is cool that you can add two 32-bit integers and not have
> to worry about all those carry bits.

Carry bits? Who worries about carry bits when you have
unlimited precision arithmetic? You want cool?
THIS is cool:

j = ((invert(xyz[1]-xyz[0],xyz[1]**(k-1))*(xyz[1]**(k-1)-prev_gen[2]))
% xyz[1]**(k-1))/xyz[1]**(k-2)

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