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Re: when and why did python(-minimal) become essential?

Thomas Bushnell BSG dijo [Wed, Feb 15, 2006 at 06:36:11PM -0800]:
> > This is not to day that Python is bad - It has better OO, which Perl
> > unfortunately negletted fromt he very starts. Now, talk about Perl OO 
> > and that's hairy!.
> Actually, Python *also* ignored OO at the beginning.
> It has grafted it on, but since real OO is either Smalltalk or the
> Metaobject Protocol, I'll have to beg off on whether C++ or Perl or
> Python has "better" OO.

Umh... We can talk about "more intuitive". As a Perl fan, I must say
Perl's OO is far from being intuitive. Python's and Ruby's are
excellent. Java's is awkward (as anything in Java is).

But this only adds noice and practically no signal to the discussion


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