On Saturday 25 September 2010 10:49:35 Chris Cannam wrote:
Python actually forces you to be more disciplined. Which really make return=
to the code easy.
Using python for small apps/tools is easy. Using python for large projects =
Extending your C/C++-project with python is easy.
Using your own C/C++ parts in python is easy.
Porting parts of your python project to C/C++ is easy (think prototyping in=
python and port to compiled-language once the interface is finished and the=
I for one am very glad I learned python a few years back. Its fun.
Disclaimer: I don't have any experience in perl, but what I get from the pe=
snapshots in German Linux-Magazin, it looks harder then python...
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