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tjreedy at udel.edu
Wed Feb 10 21:24:39 CET 2010
On 2/10/2010 5:21 AM, Quin wrote:
> Well, PyScripter works find with that code. Furthermore, the
> un-intellisense in IronPython was problematic, inserting the wrong
> things, which I had to erase.
> Also, there were some code constructs IronPython let pass that
> PyScripter didn't, namely, print(), PyScripter requires the ()
> Something simple, like:
> n = -1
> if n <> -1:
> print('fell through')
> falls through to the print.
> So, I don't know what the problem is with IronPython, perhaps it isn't
> compatible with Python v3, but on my machine, at least, it doesn't perform.
'<>' is not legal in Python3, so above is not Python3 code.
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