Thu, 29 Jun 2000 17:22:42 -0500
Sean McGrath wrote:
> The common thread is the PYX notation. Pyxie is a library
> that is based on manipulating the notation.
I still don't understand.
You just said that Pyxie can work directly from the output of pyexat. It
seems that you could have a perfectly useful Pyxie app that doesn't use
pyx, right? And a perfectly useful PYX app that doesn't use Pyxie (or
Python at all).
Perhaps you could expand on your statement that Pyxie is for
"manipulating the notation." Does pyxie always use pyx as
c) internal data structure
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