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Topic: Python - ugliness

Here I see admirers of the Python sit. You explain to me, respected, from what boiled water. From it ? To me already for 40, much saw and taught. I Can understand still why JS did not sink, I hope it TS finishes. But that here such shit like a python suddenly started to climb through in all slots as a script - I  do not understand. For clearness - itself from camp.NET.  .

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Hello, barn_czn, you wrote: _> Sisharp . _> much saw and taught. , no.

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Hello, barn_czn, you wrote: _> Here I see admirers of the Python sit. _> you explain to me, respected, from what boiled water. From it ? We , what is not clear? _> to me already for 40, much saw and taught. I Can understand still why JS did not sink, I hope it TS finishes. But that _> here such shit like a python suddenly started to climb through in all slots as a script - I  do not understand. _> for clearness - itself from camp.NET.  . The security police of Nibiru left to your address.

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Reality, I so understood, will not be? What with a python not so?

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Hello, barn_czn, you wrote: _> Here I see admirers of the Python sit. _> you explain to me, respected, from what boiled water. From it ? The python is unique, and   the crumpled version only spoiled to a limit java

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Certainly, after all is Ruby

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it is a BASIC of 21st century. Very simple in mastering. Besides it also a Fortran of 21st century in the field of a science about the data. On it popular libraries for data handling are written, therefore scientists and researchers of the data use it is almost uncontested.

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Hello, Muxa, you wrote: M> the Reality, I so understood, will not be? What with a python not so? Too to me a newton binomial... "Popobol at ? Indents and-or dynamics!"

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Hello, vsb, you wrote: vsb> Pajton is a BASIC of 21st century. Very simple in mastering. Besides it also a Fortran of 21st century in the field of a science about the data. On it popular libraries for data handling are written, therefore scientists and researchers of the data use it is almost uncontested. Yes it is simple it: - idle time -   and in  - it is fashionable-... - PROFIT!!!... <<RSDN@Home 1.0.0 alpha 5 rev. 0>>

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_> For clearness - itself from camp.NET.  . On the Python it is possible "" the code. As here someone noted: heraks-heraks - also it is ready...

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Hello, LaptevVV, you wrote: _>> For clearness - itself from camp.NET.  . LVV> on the Python it is possible "" the code. LVV> as here someone noted: heraks-heraks - also it is ready... And it is good. When that it does not provide is required - it will be possible to rewrite a little bit separately the taken elements.

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Hello, barn_czn, you wrote: _> To me already for 40, much saw and taught. I Can understand still why JS did not sink, I hope it TS finishes. But that _> here such shit like a python suddenly started to climb through in all slots as a script - I  do not understand. The python is higher, than JS. The python - for the lack of alternatives in the mid-nineties - the beginning 2000, was justified at universities, and then and at schools. Now each American schoolboy knows a python, well accordingly and writes that knows.

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Hello, netch80, you wrote: N> When it is required... - it will be possible to rewrite... He... He he he... He he he ha ha ha HA HA HA!!! BWA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!! BWAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAA!!!!!111111oneoneoneoneone [wiping tears] Gy! Then?! To rewrite?! !!!!... <<RSDN@Home 1.0.0 alpha 5 rev. 0>>

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Hello, Muxa, you wrote: M> the Reality, I so understood, will not be? What with a python not so? Prison it. Any  in design. Often only hinders.

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Hello, barn_czn, you wrote: _> you Explain to me, respected, from what boiled water. From it ? Well, it agree. Never understood, why people like this poor . By the way, not so long ago came to a conclusion that good languages generally are not present. If to speak about more or less widespread languages of general purpose I divide them on disgusting,  and tolerant. To the tolerant I carry C#, Java, Delphi, Ruby. Also them, most likely, concern D, Swift, Rust and Kotlin, but I close am not familiar with them.

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Hello, barn_czn, you wrote: _> To me already for 40, much saw and taught. I Can understand still why JS did not sink, I hope it TS finishes. But that _> here such shit like a python suddenly started to climb through in all slots as a script - I  do not understand. With . "Started to climb through" already about twenty years ago.  so the share grows, grows. _> for clearness - itself from camp.NET.  . It is not visible at you any .

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Hello, barn_czn, you wrote: _> Here I see admirers of the Python sit. _> you explain to me, respected, from what boiled water. From it ? And what with it not so? Fine language for this purpose that on it quickly to outline that that small, it is desirable in total no more than thousand lines. A heap of libraries for all occasions, made quite readable syntax, not so many unobvious ghost effects. Plus forces to format the code at the expense of what in hands of a beginner the program looks on many orders more readably, than in other languages for beginning the code frequently generally line do not format. Name the best  language, than python?  not  language and never it will be, at it absolutely other assignment. bash as language the full poverty, perl , JS is curve to a disgrace, PHP is ground under absolutely other tasks and itself mighty well discredited crowd . Lisp dialects are not bad, but readership of the code from for  the fig. ruby it will be approximately equal Python, but it is less spread.

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Hello, CreatorCray, you wrote: CC> [wiping tears] CC> Gy! Then?! To rewrite?! CC> Zhzhosh!!!! Well, if you do not have normal worker processes - change operation. At me prototypification on the Python and then distillation in something faster happened already three times. Well and laughter without the reason - (itself you will find continuation in a rhyme)

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Hello, netch80, you wrote: N> well if you do not have normal worker processes - change operation. If you so tired out that  any more - the same council. N> well and laughter without the reason - (itself you will find continuation in a rhyme) From this reason to cry just right actually. In overwhelming majority of cases it "then" never happens. "Works - do not touch! Drank that yet does not work" () is better... <<RSDN@Home 1.0.0 alpha 5 rev. 0>>

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Hello, elmal, you wrote: _>> Here I see admirers of the Python sit. _>> you explain to me, respected, from what boiled water. From it ? E> And what with it not so? Fine language for this purpose that on it quickly to outline that that small, it is desirable in total no more than thousand lines. And on ten thousand thousand easy raised, only already it is necessary to cover, alas, tests -  effects of absence of static typification. Also works as years without special crying. And that is very tasty - there is an update on the move without any restarts (it is required hardly artful  that  to substitute a class basis of objects with state transfer on the move, but the task quite ). It is required infrequently, but at such requirement of alternatives it is not enough (first of all Erlang). E> Plus forces to format the code at the expense of what in hands of a beginner the program looks on many orders more readably, than in other languages for beginning the code frequently generally line do not format. +100. This one of the best properties as educational language. Lua passed. To me here the neighbor in operation tells regularly, than it is better

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Hello, CreatorCray, you wrote: N>> well if you do not have normal worker processes - change operation. CC> if you so tired out that  any more - the same council. I understand humour. And here you "" level "a pie in a muzzle" never understood irrespective of loading level. N>> well and laughter without the reason - (itself you will find continuation in a rhyme) CC> From this reason to cry just right actually. CC> in overwhelming majority of cases it "then" never happens. CC> "Works - do not touch! Drank that" () Well I yet do not work I speak - operation bad is better.

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Hello, CreatorCray, you wrote: CC> In overwhelming majority of cases it "then" never happens. CC> "Works - do not touch! Drank that yet does not work" () Plus  is better. Though occasionally miracles happen, as there "sang" Belan - "I know precisely, impossible is possible". Couple of months back here  any piece inveterate  which has been some years ago written by me in wild haste and with violation of everything that it is possible to break (and places even what it is impossible).

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Hello, netch80, you wrote: N> I understand Humour. And here you "" level "a pie in a muzzle" never understood irrespective of loading level. You boring.... <<RSDN@Home 1.0.0 alpha 5 rev. 0>>

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Hello, barn_czn, you wrote: _> For clearness - itself from camp.NET.  . You, maybe, do not know, but except Windows from it  fenced  there is still a heap of the worlds in which there are no Windows and cannot be. And this all supercomputers and the other computer centers, all sizes and missions, is all  (there a python and  by the way) with  and other jandeksy-shmandeksy, it generally all remaining world except the world of pity PCs on which an anal probe  Windows violently through arrangement  with   gland. And there, where there are no Windows, what if not a python? It generally years ten as  for a spelling c a software in *nix (package managers almost all on it), and not just  everyones. Was once perl, but gave way to more simple , aka python.

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Hello, netch80, you wrote: N> Lua passed. To me here the neighbor in operation tells regularly, than it do not trust it better. lua it is good only jit'. Syntactically it is worse js.