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...python and s-lang
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I was just wondering if anyone has looked into using Python instead of, or in additon to, s-lang modules. Does
slrn support the use of other interpreted languages ? (I hate the term scripted languages; very innacurate
of modern interpreted languages). Given the fact that Python is as flexible and powerful as it is, and
given the fact that it was designed to interface with such languages as C, it seemed natural that
someone must have done this if it is possible. I would like to hear from those individuals, or
anyone with programming experience (a...best .lang. python
Any ideas on what to do?
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...Python to Python communication
I have a group of Python programms which I want to teach to "talk to each
All run on Windows, on the same computer or in the same intranet.
Security of communication is not an issue (encryption on lower level
protocols / intra computer communication). Partially these programs are
It is important that the communcation is "only an added feature", I am
not willing to spend big memory / computing ressources on it.
So I googled and came up with at least the following opportunities:
XMLRPC - quite "simple" to implement within py...APL In 2020
Given that we all want APL to be a success, maybe we need to define what we
want to be successful at - so that we can better direct our thoughts...
I'll offer a three-part division, because I think that the aims and needs
are different (even though like most classifications there are
counterexamples and overlaps).
 "APL As A Tool Of Thought" - where the strengths lie in functional
richness, array orientation and that simple evaluation rule. Users are
their own programmers. Examples from the past would include Chaitin's
Mathematical Physics papers.
 &quo...Embedding Python in Python
I've been programming in Python for a couple of weeks now and am quite
impressed with the language - it was very easy to learn (it actually
reminds me a lot of programming in BASIC many many years ago - it's
very fast to hack together a couple lines of code in interactive
mode). I'm throwing together a simple little game (sort of a MUD-type
thing) as my first 'big' project, and I thought it would be cool to be
able to script the game in Python.
Basically, I want to be able to type scripts in from within the game
and attach them to objects, monsters, rooms, whatever. N...Invoking Python from Python
I have a need to create a Python script on the fly from another Python
program and then execute the script so created. Do I need to invoke
Python through os.spawnl or is there a better way?
Am Tue, 08 Nov 2005 08:10:25 -0800 schrieb John Henry:
> Hi all,
> I have a need to create a Python script on the fly from another Python
> program and then execute the script so created. Do I need to invoke
> Python through os.spawnl or is there a better way?
creating source code with a script, is no good solution.
Once I had to maintain lisp code w...Python mascot? How about a Pythoneer?
I've been thinking that a good Python mascot might help in raising
public awareness of Python.
The problem with a snake as a mascot is that it is not anthropomorphic
enough. An effective mascot has to have something approximating two
arms, two legs, and a head, so that he can be put into various
interesting situations and adventures. (At the very least, he has to
be able to work a keyboard and a mouse!) Good examples can be found
in some of the imaginative things that have been done with Linux's
So a snake is out.
So are Terry Gilliam's wonderful cartoons for the Flyin...2008 computer new lang-python
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...ironpython (.net python) and dynamic langs on CLR
This might interest some of you :)
A (fast) python implementation targeting .net and Mono has been released
as open source today. Apparently this was announced at OSCON today. If
anyone attended the talk I would be interested in hearing about it. I've
been waiting for this for a while, not because I program in python but
because it's supposed to have some good solutions for implementing
dynamic languages on the CLR.
Interestingly the author, Jim Hugunin, is going to join the CLR team at
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Last summers box office hit "snakes on a plane" was the unlikely story of
a batch of snakes getting loose in flight on a 747. In what some might
view as just as unlikely, ITA Software is using the Python language to
empower its airline reservation system.
Many computer language purists say that languages such as Java, C++ or C
should be used for enterprise applications. However, ITA, a Cambridge,
Mass., provider of airline IT software and services, is proving that
dynamic languages such as Python can be rock-solid for enterprise work.
Indeed, ITA in September 2006 a...Re: Python mascot? How about a Pythoneer?
Stephen Ferg <email@example.com> wrote:
> I've been thinking that a good Python mascot might help in raising
> public awareness of Python.
> The problem with a snake as a mascot is that it is not
> enough....so a snake is out.
> So are Terry Gilliam's wonderful cartoons for the Flying Circus.
> While wonderful, I just don't think they lend themselves to
> In that spirit, I propose the development of a figure representing
> Python -- the Pythoneer.
Given that Python users are traditionally ...Python script to install python
I would like to have a python script that would download the most
recent svn of python, configure, make, install and cleanup after
itself. I am not replacing the python version I would be using to run
I was struggling to get this to work and I assume someone else has
done it better. Any pointers?
...python QT or python-GTK
** All the posts found in google are old. I'm assuming new improvements have been made to both IDEs. **
Please correct me if I'm wrong, I'm a newbie.
1. Which one of them requires fewer lines to accomplish the same thing?
from what I understand QT it's just like Borland J-Builder. Meaning, you want a button, you draw it, then you double-click on it, a window opens up and you type events and behavior.
And with GTK, you just type everything.
2. Which one is cross platform? (Linux, MacOS, Windows,etc).
3. Which one has more widgets?
4. Which one is the easiest to pick up? I...