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Re: Re: Why I learn a language.

by revdiablo (Prior)
on Feb 25, 2003 at 09:35 UTC ( #238391=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Why I learn a language.
in thread Why I learn a language.

Warning: the following text may contain some ill-contrived generalities. You have been warned. :)

Interesting that you went from Python to Perl. Most of the 'switcher' stories I hear are the other way around. In fact, I hear Python users talking about their previous life as a Perl coder so often, it makes me wonder if I shouldn't launch an in-depth attempt to learn the language. (Then I realize all their criticisms of Perl seem to be based on an extremely superficial knowledge of the langauge, and decide not to persue it further.)


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Re^3: Why I learn a language.
by diotalevi (Canon) on Feb 25, 2003 at 13:28 UTC

    I dunno about you but I've been meaning to check out Python for its continuation support and to see whether its closure serialization works better than perls (which plain doesn't).


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      Python doesn't do continuations. For that you'd have to go to Ruby. (Or perl 6, but that's a ways off)

        I read on p6l about Python's continuations as a potential model for perl6 continuations about a month ago.

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