dangerous class neighborhood

Chris Angelico rosuav at gmail.com
Fri Dec 28 00:08:15 EST 2018


On Fri, Dec 28, 2018 at 2:27 PM Avi Gross <avigross at verizon.net> wrote:
>
> Sometimes when I post something I get back comments and evaluate them and
> learn quite a bit. I then reply and debate every little point and it can
> continue for a few rounds.
>
> I don't seem to be in that mood today so let me simply restate my entire
> post in a few sentences with no examples, no lectures, no advice on what
> anyone else can do and very little for anyone to bother replying to. Here
> goes:
>
> Sometimes when I run up against a wall and find that a solution to a problem
> does not work because things may not work as I expected, I pause. I
> reconsider what I actually need to get done. Then I look to see if I can
> come up with other ways to do it that will work while still getting the
> important parts done. Failing that, I ask if perhaps there is another tool,
> such as another programming language that is a better fit for the task. And,
> if the work needed seems excessive, I ask if perhaps the problem does not
> really need to be solved by me and I move on.

So your entire original post can be summed up as "I don't understand
Python, and I don't care"? Why did you post it then? I was under the
impression that you wanted to learn what was going on.

ChrisA


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