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PIL : possible ?

P: n/a
PIL
PI = Py (in french, it's the same 'sound')
=> PIL = (Py)L
and Py become P24
=> PIL = (P24)L
however, 'L' Christmas finishes It (in french, Christmas = NoŽL)
and '(P24)' can to do readed like "Prepare, 24, for"
=> PIL = (P24)L => Prepare, 24 for NoŽL (Christmas)

Therefore, I hope that Fredick Lundh is a reincarnation of Santa Claus, and
that we will have a PIL for Python 2.4 in Christmas.

Do you think that it is probable?
:-)))
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Michel Claveau

Jul 18 '05 #1
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P: n/a
PIL
PI = Py (in french, it's the same 'sound')
=> PIL = (Py)L
and Py become P24
=> PIL = (P24)L
however, 'L' Christmas finishes It (in french, Christmas = NoŽL)
and '(P24)' can to do readed like "Prepare, 24, for"
=> PIL = (P24)L => Prepare, 24 for NoŽL (Christmas)

Therefore, I hope that Fredick Lundh is a reincarnation of Santa Claus, and
that we will have a PIL for Python 2.4 in Christmas.


"Wo ist mein paket?"
"Was fŁr ein paket?"
"Mein paket?!"
"Kein paket! Hohoho!"

http://effbot.org/downloads/#PIL

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Jul 18 '05 #2

P: n/a
(set font to : courier) :

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\ \ \ \ \ \ \ \ /\ \L\.\_ /\ \/\ \\ \ \\`\ /\__, `\
\ \_\ \ \_\ \_\\ \__/.\_\\ \_\ \_\\ \_\ \_\\/\____/
\/_/ \/_/\/_/ \/__/\/_/ \/_/\/_/ \/_/\/_/ \/___/

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/\ \ /\ \
\ `\`\\/'/ ___ __ __
`\ `\ /' / __`\ /\ \/\ \
`\ \ \ /\ \L\ \\ \ \_\ \
\ \_\\ \____/ \ \____/
\/_/ \/___/ \/___/

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/\ \/\ \ /'__`\/\`'__\/\ \/\ \
\ \ \_/ |/\ __/\ \ \/ \ \ \_\ \
\ \___/ \ \____\\ \_\ \/`____ \
\/__/ \/____/ \/_/ `/___/> \
/\___/
\/__/

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/\ \/\ \/\ \\ \ \_\ \/\ \__/ \ \ \ \ \ __
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\/_/\/_/\/_/ \/___/ \/____/ \/_/\/_/\ \/
\/
____ __ __ __
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\ \ \/ \ \ \//\ __/ /\ \L\ \\ \ \/ \ \ \\ \ \\`\ \ \_\
\ \_\ \ \_\\ \____\\ \___,_\\ \_\ \ \_\\ \_\ \_\ \/\_\
\/_/ \/_/ \/____/ \/__,_ / \/_/ \/_/ \/_/\/_/ \/_/



Jul 18 '05 #3

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