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Python and Tablet PC: limitations?

I'm considering buying a Tablet PC and read somewhere (sorry, can't
point to a link) that someone had tried running a "standard" Python
program (wxMozilla demo I *think*, but can't be sure) that simply
crashed.

Any happy Tablet PC user/Python programmer combo? If so, any word of
advice, suggestion as to best Tablet PC/accessory for a nice Python
programming environment?

Thanks to all in advance,

André

Jul 22 '05 #1
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André wrote:
I'm considering buying a Tablet PC and read somewhere (sorry, can't
point to a link) that someone had tried running a "standard" Python
program (wxMozilla demo I *think*, but can't be sure) that simply
crashed.

Any happy Tablet PC user/Python programmer combo? If so, any word of
advice, suggestion as to best Tablet PC/accessory for a nice Python
programming environment?


My laptop (using it to type this) is an Acer TravelMate C302 which is a
"convertible" laptop and thus also a tablet running Windows XP Tablet
Edition 2005 (SP2).

I've never had the slightest problem running any kind of Python program
due to it being a tablet.

-Peter
Jul 22 '05 #2
Hi !

I am a Tablet-PC's user. I am a Python programmer. I am happy, with this
combo.
For use Tablet's extensions, I use Internet-Explorer, drived by Python (via
..HTA). Your problem is not Python, but, perhaps, Mozilla ?

@-salutations

Michel Claveau

Jul 22 '05 #3

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