Python or ActionScript 3.0
luke.leighton at googlemail.com
Sun Sep 6 17:19:46 CEST 2009
On Aug 16, 1:29 am, Douglas Alan <darkwate... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > But both python and AS 3.0 is almost identical.
> No, Python and ActionScript are not "almost identical".
the AS 3.0 implementation is entirely missing declarative style of
programming: it is purely event-driven. i.e. you cannot get an AS 3.0
"command prompt" and start executing code, you can _only_ do "stuff"
as fired off and in reaction to user-driven events [in an adobe flash/
> it would be impossible to say which one is more similar to Lisp. In
> general, Python is in my opinion more pleasant to program in than
> ActionScript, but Python is not generally used for client-side browser
except by pyjamas developers. http://pyjs.org
> that Google Web Toolkit takes. It lets you write your client-side code
as does pyjamas. http://pyjs.org
the source language: python.
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