Is there a programming language that is combination of Python and Basic?
bjourne at gmail.com
Sat Apr 18 13:39:23 CEST 2009
I first started programming basic and i don't think it has hurt me much.
I can somewhat sympathise with the op, neither python nor any other
mainstream language can still do this:
2009/4/17, Leguia, Tony <leguiato at grinnell.edu>:
> Though I don't know why you would want to reference lines numbers, I assume
> it's for goto statements or something similar.
> With that said please read:
> I would also like to put forth my opinion, shared by many in the community,
> that Basic is actually dangerous as an educational programming language, and
> that writing
> large professional code in it is hard, and actually hampered by the
> language. I'm not trying to to start a flame war here but this post almost
> made me cry.
> Also python is functional, it's so powerful. Grow and learn to take
> advantage of that. Why hold yourself back?
> From: python-list-bounces+leguiato=grinnell.edu at python.org
> [python-list-bounces+leguiato=grinnell.edu at python.org] On Behalf Of baykus
> [baykusderki at gmail.com]
> Sent: Friday, April 17, 2009 3:37 PM
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> Subject: Is there a programming language that is combination of Python and
> I am looking for one of those experimental languages that might be
> combination of python+basic. Now thta sounds weird and awkward I know.
> The reason I am asking is that I always liked how I could reference-
> call certain line number back in the days. It would be interesting to
> get similar functionality in Python.
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