Ruby and Python

Discussion of programming on Linux, including shell scripting, perl, python, c/c++, mono, java. Whatever tickles your fancy.

whizkid
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Postby whizkid » Tue Jun 21, 2005 8:44 pm

I'm a perl monger! :P

Google is a great fan of Python! Furthermore, both Ruby and Python have Apache modules which allow non-fork runs on the server-side! I love PHP though, its geared for web development!

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Postby roonjha » Sun Aug 20, 2006 11:22 pm

Assalam o alaikum
Python is a very good programming language. It is both simple and powerfull.I have a useful link about python which is as follows.


www.byteofpython.info
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Postby lambda » Mon Aug 21, 2006 12:54 am

whizkid wrote:I'm a perl monger! :P
i had to write some perl code last week. some python code that i wrote several months ago stopped working when the script was moved to a linux machine because the mysqldb module had trouble interfacing with mysql. since i didn't want to fix mysqldb, i rewrote it in perl.

it was horrible, going back to perl. i hope i never have to do it again. i couldn't even remember lots of things, like how to find out if a scalar is a member of a list. in the end, i used a hash table.


http://www.hungry.com/~fn/tmp/before.py.txt
http://www.hungry.com/~fn/tmp/after.pl.txt

they don't look very different, and they're both pretty straight-forward (the perl one probably is more robust, since it's a rewrite), but it was a huge pain trying to remember how to do things.


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