Looking under Python's hood: Will we find a high performance or clunky engine?

Michael Torrie torriem at gmail.com
Sun Jan 22 20:32:18 EST 2012

On 01/22/2012 06:04 PM, Rick Johnson wrote:
> That's just the point. If an expert such as myself can make a simple
> mistake as this, then one can only expect that the neophytes are going
> to suffer greatly. I wonder how many tutorials are out there in WWW
> still teaching old ways of writing Python code? Old ways that have
> been superseded by newer versions.

Well that's that then.  Everything is good.

> Programming languages and creators have a father and daughter
> relationship.
> The creator (father) wants his language (daughter) to be pure forever
> and ever.

Good thing you are so funny, or back into the plonk file you would go.
You're welcome to fork and deflower our pure Python if you want (you
seem to be quite stuck on sex metaphors).  Please feel free.  Looking
forward to your less-virginal take on the language.  Seems like you know
what's best, and only you can save and ravish Python at the same time.

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