rui.maciel at gmail.com
Sat Feb 23 13:30:40 CET 2013
piterrr.dolinski at gmail.com wrote:
> So far I am getting the impression that Python is a toy language of some
> kind (similar to Basic of the early 80's), not really suitable for serious
> work. The only difference between these languages (admittedly, a serious
> one) is the existence of extensive libraries. Otherwise there would be no
> good reason for Python to exist. Nevertheless, it does exist and I have to
> learn it. As long as someone is paying for my time, that's OK with me.
That's some military-grade trolling.
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