Python is DOOMED! Again!
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Thu Jan 22 20:23:13 CET 2015
Mario Figueiredo <marfig at gmail.com> writes:
> Strangely enough though I was taught from the early beginning that
> once I start to care about types in Python, I strayed from the
> pythonic way.
That's a weird concept. You always have to care about types. It's just
that with a bit of discipline combined with unit tests to catch any
errors, you can keep the flow of types through the program simple enough
that you can get by without static analysis. That frees your style in
some ways and cramps it in others.
gets posted here now and then, and is still well worth reading.
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