[Tutor] Fwd: hey a Question bout your program PYTHON!!!!!!!

Warren 'The Howdy Man' Ockrassa warren@nightwares.com
Sat, 15 Jan 2000 00:24:41 -0600

Coupla words of advice for you.

1. Python is, yes, a good hacking language, in the purest sense of the
term, as it was always meant to be used, in the sense that hackers take
extant code and cudgel it to fit a given OS, not abuse or "crack"
someone else's system. If you are looking for a way to "crack" into
others' computers this is not your language nor your mailing list; and

2. In general if you do not get a reply within 12 hours of posting a
note to a listserv you do not have to re-post. 2 to 3 days is the usual
grace period to wait before you re-send your original request. This is
because listservs, unlike usenet or AOL, are generally frequented by
industry professionals, not all of whom may have the time to immediately
reply to your query, as we tend to have to work for a living.

If you want to find out more about Python the very first place to go is
its website, http://www.python.org/ , which is filled with stacks of
great information, links, tutorials, help files and so on. If you want a
book on the topic that site is a great place to check out the offerings
and place an online order or browse titles to search for next time
you're at a bookstore.

Hope this helps!

    warren ockrassa | nightwares | mailto:warren@nightwares.com
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