Why Python is like C++

Gregory Ewing greg.ewing at canterbury.ac.nz
Sat Dec 21 09:06:43 CET 2013

Michael Torrie wrote:
> Maybe BASIC's of the 70s.  But Not QB.  QuickBasic was a pretty
> impressive compiler in its day.  Completely modern, structured language.

I may have been thinking of GW-BASIC. There was
definitely something that was pretty much an
old-school BASIC with line numbers, GOSUBS and
all that.


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