R. Alan Monroe
amonroe at columbus.rr.com
Sat Aug 11 15:24:10 CEST 2007
> "Noufal Ibrahim" <noufal at airtelbroadband.in> wrote
>> I think such treatment of the various python constructs should be
>> reserved for documents like say, "Python for C programmers"(
> Actually that's not a bad idea, except I'm not sure such convertion
> courses exist?
> But it would be useful to have a set of concise crib sheets for
> the most common conversion languages, say:
> Java, Perl, C/C++, Visual Basic and Unix shell
> (and maybe Mathematica and Lisp).
> Now those would be sensible places to document how to 'translate'
> common language idioms into Python and point out the Pythonic
> alternative idioms.
> Does anyone know of any good starting points? If there were a standard
> format it might be quite a nice "cottage industry" section of the
> web site that could grow as people added new guides... In fact it
> be a Topic Guide section to itself...
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