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Ode to python

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*Organized Chaos*

I crafted your purpose one line at a time.
No other creation shall be like your kind.

Boolean values fire connections.
High level logic from your inception.

I partitioned your system into functions of selfdom.
Artificial neurons thread together to bond them.

Not one routine shall be introspectively seen by another.
For I tell you, only a value shall be returned from its brother.

I encapsulate your fate into objects of state.
Confused? Wait. I've flow charts to show how they relate.

Abolish all globals, and all mutinous variables.
Embed precious methods in organized crucibles.

Polymorphism provides an element of evolution.
Shifting and shaping to evolve a solution.

Drink java? Good, maintain your work flow.
Use java? Get burned like lava, for it moves just as slow.

Python or C? C is simply a pawn.
Venomous problem? Pythons squeeze and constrict, until the problem is
gone.

Sep 7 '05 #1
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li**********@gmail.com writes:
Python or C? C is simply a pawn.
Venomous problem? Pythons squeeze and constrict, until the problem is
gone.


Don't quit your day job.
Sep 7 '05 #2

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Python the programming language
is reviled for its indentage.
Although it's the norm,
to code in free form
makes sources no better than garbage.

Sep 7 '05 #3

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Hmmm... OK... you forced me into it.

Python uses whitespace
Where C++ uses a brace
New users fret,
But old pros forget -
it quickly all falls into place.

I could go on......
Sep 7 '05 #4

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I guess we all say foolishness when we're in love...

Sep 7 '05 #5

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Very good poem.
Mind if forward it around?? I'll include ur email ID if u don't mind

Sep 7 '05 #6

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On Tuesday 06 September 2005 09:29 pm, Paul Rubin wrote:
li**********@gmail.com writes:
Python or C? C is simply a pawn.
Venomous problem? Pythons squeeze and constrict, until the problem is
gone.
Don't quit your day job.


I beg to differ, perhaps we see a spark of inspiration:
Abolish all globals, and all mutinous variables.
Embed precious methods in organized crucibles.


--
James Stroud
UCLA-DOE Institute for Genomics and Proteomics
Box 951570
Los Angeles, CA 90095

http://www.jamesstroud.com/
Sep 7 '05 #7

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ha***************@gmail.com wrote:
Very good poem.
Mind if forward it around?? I'll include ur email ID if u don't mind


Sure, spread the love of python!

Sep 7 '05 #8

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