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What is python?????

please tell me what is python.This group is so crowded.

Khup
http://groups.google.com/group/download-centre
Nov 16 '07 #1
20 1733
* Cope (Fri, 16 Nov 2007 06:09:31 -0800 (PST))
please tell me what is python.This group is so crowded.
A Python is dangerous snake[1]. This group here mainly consists of
misguided snake worshippers. You'd better run before they come to your
place...

Thorsten
[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pythonidae
Nov 16 '07 #2
On Nov 16, 8:29 pm, kyoso...@gmail.com wrote:
I still don't get it and I've been haunting this group for months...

Mike
Go on then ...

What ?

The punchline, do the punchline

--
Alan
Nov 16 '07 #3
: "Thorsten Kampe" <thorste...enkampe.dewrote:

* Cope (Fri, 16 Nov 2007 06:09:31 -0800 (PST))
please tell me what is python.This group is so crowded.

A Python is dangerous snake[1]. This group here mainly consists of
misguided snake worshippers. You'd better run before they come to your
place...
this is true - and you have to remember that the most dangerous of them all
is a python called Monty.

- Hendrik

Nov 17 '07 #4
On Nov 16, 3:10�pm, Alan <algotrhy...@gmail.comwrote:
On Nov 16, 8:29 pm, kyoso...@gmail.com wrote:
I still don't get it and I've been haunting this group for months...
Mike

Go on then �...

What ?

The punchline, do the punchline
Punchline? I don't think there's a punchline
scheduled, is there? Where are we? A week 39.4
...no, it's Friday, isn't it - 39.7. Oh...here
we are. Oh! Ha, ha, ha, very good. Ha, ha, ha,
very good. What a good punchline. Pity we missed
that.
>
--
Alan
Nov 17 '07 #5
On Nov 17, 12:14*pm, "mensana...@aol.com" <mensana...@aol.comwrote:
On Nov 16, 3:10�pm, Alan <algotrhy...@gmail.comwrote:
On Nov 16, 8:29 pm, kyoso...@gmail.com wrote:
I still don't get it and I've been haunting this group for months...
Mike
Go on then �...
What ?
The punchline, do the punchline

Punchline? I don't think there's a punchline
scheduled, is there? Where are we? A week 39.4
...no, it's Friday, isn't it - 39.7. Oh...here
we are. Oh! Ha, ha, ha, very good. Ha, ha, ha,
very good. What a good punchline. Pity we missed
that.


--
Alan- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
In our place we eat pythons for curry. Its delicious.
And how about your python?

Cope
http://groups.google.com/group/download-centre
Nov 17 '07 #6
On 11/17/07, Cope <bu**************@gmail.comwrote:
>
In our place we eat pythons for curry. Its delicious.
And how about your python?

Cope
Not much of the difference here, it is just a bit more flexible. My
python goes and brings me whatever I wish to eat.

Cheers,
--
--
Amit Khemka
Nov 17 '07 #7
On Nov 17, 5:00 pm, "Amit Khemka" <khemkaa...@gmail.comwrote:
On 11/17/07, Cope <buyonline.ewo...@gmail.comwrote:
In our place we eat pythons for curry. Its delicious.
And how about your python?
Cope

Not much of the difference here, it is just a bit more flexible. My
python goes and brings me whatever I wish to eat.

Cheers,
--
--
Amit Khemka
You must be Python Charmer
Nov 17 '07 #8
On Saturday 17 November 2007 01:32:52 pm Cope wrote:
On Nov 17, 5:00 pm, "Amit Khemka" <khemkaa...@gmail.comwrote:
On 11/17/07, Cope <buyonline.ewo...@gmail.comwrote:
In our place we eat pythons for curry. Its delicious.
And how about your python?
>
Cope
Not much of the difference here, it is just a bit more flexible. My
python goes and brings me whatever I wish to eat.

Cheers,
--
--
Amit Khemka

You must be Python Charmer
just clients of a certain cheese-shop ;-)
Nov 17 '07 #9
On 2007-11-17, me********@aol.com <me********@aol.comwrote:
On Nov 16, 3:10?pm, Alan <algotrhy...@gmail.comwrote:
>On Nov 16, 8:29 pm, kyoso...@gmail.com wrote:
I still don't get it and I've been haunting this group for months...
Mike

Go on then ?...

What ?

The punchline, do the punchline

Punchline? I don't think there's a punchline scheduled, is
there? Where are we? A week 39.4 ...no, it's Friday, isn't it -
39.7. Oh...here we are. Oh! Ha, ha, ha, very good. Ha, ha, ha,
very good. What a good punchline. Pity we missed that.
def punchline():
return random.choice(['What's all this, then?',
'Do you want to come back to my place?'])

--
Neil Cerutti
Nov 17 '07 #10
On Nov 17, 10:00�am, Neil Cerutti <horp...@yahoo.comwrote:
On 2007-11-17, mensana...@aol.com <mensana...@aol.comwrote:


On Nov 16, 3:10?pm, Alan <algotrhy...@gmail.comwrote:
On Nov 16, 8:29 pm, kyoso...@gmail.com wrote:
I still don't get it and I've been haunting this group for months...
Mike
Go on then ?...
What ?
The punchline, do the punchline
Punchline? I don't think there's a punchline scheduled, is
there? Where are we? A week 39.4 ...no, it's Friday, isn't it -
39.7. Oh...here we are. Oh! Ha, ha, ha, very good. Ha, ha, ha,
very good. What a good punchline. Pity we missed that.

def punchline():
� return random.choice(['What's all this, then?',
� � � � � � � � � � � � 'Do you want to come back to my place?',
'that you were willfully and persistently
a foreiner'])
>
--
Neil Cerutti- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
Nov 17 '07 #11
On Nov 17, 12:19*pm, "mensana...@aol.com" <mensana...@aol.comwrote:
On Nov 17, 10:00�am, Neil Cerutti <horp...@yahoo.comwrote:
On 2007-11-17, mensana...@aol.com <mensana...@aol.comwrote:
On Nov 16, 3:10?pm, Alan <algotrhy...@gmail.comwrote:
>On Nov 16, 8:29 pm, kyoso...@gmail.com wrote:
I still don't get it and I've been haunting this group for months....
Mike
>Go on then ?...
>What ?
>The punchline, do the punchline
Punchline? I don't think there's a punchline scheduled, is
there? Where are we? A week 39.4 ...no, it's Friday, isn't it -
39.7. Oh...here we are. Oh! Ha, ha, ha, very good. Ha, ha, ha,
very good. What a good punchline. Pity we missed that.
def punchline():
� return random.choice(['What's all this, then?',
� � � � � � � � � � � � 'Do you want to come back to my place?',

* * * * * * * * * * * * * 'that you were willfully and persistently
* * * * * * * * * * * * * *a foreiner'])


--
Neil Cerutti- Hide quoted text -
- Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
ni!
Nov 17 '07 #12
Cope <bu**************@gmail.comwrote in news:7ab5b781-3c6c-
4f********************@s12g2000prg.googlegroups.co m:
please tell me what is python.This group is so crowded.
I see nobody has chosen to answer your question seriously. I'll
give you an answer, but it is probably not to the question you are
asking, either.

Python is not one thing.

Python is the name of a computer language, which you can determine
easily through Google or Wikipedia or other means. That's what
comp(uter).lang(uage).python is here for, nominally.

Python is also a package of programs that implement the language
and create a Python runtime environment. The most common
implementation is of a virtual machine that runs Python bytecodes,
though other variations run Java or .NET bytecodes.

And Python is also a set of packages that provide utilities and
features that allow users of the packages to do useful things on
their computers without unnecessary fuss and bother. Some of these
utilities come with a basic Python installation (code name:
"batteries included"), while others are available elsewhere, often
from the Python Package Index (codename: "cheese shop"), but from
other sources as well.

Some people conflate these meanings of "Python", which can lead to
confusion at times. Much of the crowdedness of the group has to do
with discussion related to the batteries-included features and to
the other packages written to run in the Python environment.

Hope that helps.

--
rzed
Nov 18 '07 #13
Damn! I joined this group because I thought it was a pie-a-thon. All
that practice has now gone to waste/waist.
Nov 18 '07 #14
On Nov 19, 4:42 am, Dennis Lee Bieber <wlfr...@ix.netcom.comwrote:
On Sun, 18 Nov 2007 14:37:08 -0800 (PST), Zentrader
<zentrad...@gmail.comdeclaimed the following in comp.lang.python:
Damn! I joined this group because I thought it was a pie-a-thon. All
that practice has now gone to waste/waist.

No... We respect the memory of the great dragon of Delphi, slain by
Apollo...

{Pity the BDFL is not named Apollo, so that statement could have
multiple meanings}
--
Wulfraed Dennis Lee Bieber KD6MOG
wlfr...@ix.netcom.com wulfr...@bestiaria.com
HTTP://wlfraed.home.netcom.com/
(Bestiaria Support Staff: web-a...@bestiaria.com)
HTTP://www.bestiaria.com/

how the Pythons think this network? its swallowing the wholeworld.

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within 10 months over 1 mn joined the network. everything available on
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Cope
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Nov 19 '07 #15
On Nov 18, 8:41 pm, rzed <rzan...@gmail.comwrote:
Cope <buyonline.ewo...@gmail.comwrote in news:7ab5b781-3c6c-
4fb5-9be1-703d5e7e7...@s12g2000prg.googlegroups.com:
please tell me what is python.This group is so crowded.

I see nobody has chosen to answer your question seriously. I'll
give you an answer, but it is probably not to the question you are
asking, either.

Python is not one thing.

Python is the name of a computer language, which you can determine
easily through Google or Wikipedia or other means. That's what
comp(uter).lang(uage).python is here for, nominally.

Python is also a package of programs that implement the language
and create a Python runtime environment. The most common
implementation is of a virtual machine that runs Python bytecodes,
though other variations run Java or .NET bytecodes.

And Python is also a set of packages that provide utilities and
features that allow users of the packages to do useful things on
their computers without unnecessary fuss and bother. Some of these
utilities come with a basic Python installation (code name:
"batteries included"), while others are available elsewhere, often
from the Python Package Index (codename: "cheese shop"), but from
other sources as well.

Some people conflate these meanings of "Python", which can lead to
confusion at times. Much of the crowdedness of the group has to do
with discussion related to the batteries-included features and to
the other packages written to run in the Python environment.

Hope that helps.

--
rzed
thanks

Cope
Nov 19 '07 #16
You're having a conversation with a spambot.

Spam - certainly. But bot - no. Unless there have been some really
remarkable improvements in KI lately.

It's amazing that recently so many spam is written by some guys actually
_reading_ this group. I presume they somehow want to create credibility in
their postings by provoking real threads that then at some point contain
the actual information.

Can't beat Turing if the other side actually _is_ human...

Diez
Nov 19 '07 #17
Diez B. Roggisch wrote:
It's amazing that recently so many spam is written by some guys actually
_reading_ this group. I presume they somehow want to create credibility in
their postings by provoking real threads that then at some point contain
the actual information.
I wonder why this group/list isn't moderated in such a way that posts by
new members are moderated at first until they're seen to be human. (and
non-spamming humans to boot ;-) )

I admin a few low volume lists and it's proved very close to 100%
successful in killing off the spam problem :-)

cheers,

Chris

--
Simplistix - Content Management, Zope & Python Consulting
- http://www.simplistix.co.uk
Nov 19 '07 #18
James Stroud <js*****@mbi.ucla.eduwrote in
news:Ui******************@newssvr23.news.prodigy.n et:
>
You're having a conversation with a spambot.
Actually, my intent was to address the question that was asked.
Much of the genuine conversation in the group really does intermix
the various senses of "Python", sometimes in ways that confuse the
issues actually being discussed. People ask for changes to the
language syntax when what they are really after can be addressed
by additions or changes to libraries. Or they believe Python
should have such-and-such a feature when the feature is available
through external packages. Or their suggested changes to
accommodate their desired feature would require fundamental and
incompatible changes to the compiler.

The way I think of the language Python is as a clean, small
enabler of functionality. The prepackaged Python distro supplies
some of that functionality (the included batteries), and the
environment Python makes far more available. Under that view,
changes to the language should be the sort that allow the
functionality to proceed cleanly. That is, there should be a
Pythonic way to approach databases, windowing, interprocess
communication and so on. The packages that perform the function
should be interchangeable as far as the language is concerned. I
don't believe everyone here would agree with this view, possibly.

Regardless of the origin of the question, though, it is one worth
discussing, which is why I responded to the post. Do we all really
have the same view of what Python actually is? Or what it could
be?

--
rzed
Nov 19 '07 #19
Cope wrote:
within 10 months over 1 mn joined the network. everything available on
its viewbar. But it can be download only onXP and Vista for security.

Cope
www.spam.spam/spam/SPAM
www.spam-spam.spam
See, Diez was right.

/W
Nov 19 '07 #20
On Nov 19, 6:40 pm, Wildemar Wildenburger
<lasses_w...@klapptsowieso.netwrote:
Cope wrote:
within 10 months over 1 mn joined the network. everything available on
its viewbar. But it can be download only onXP and Vista for security.
Cope
www.spam.spam/spam/SPAM
www.spam-spam.spam

See, Diez was right.

/W
rzed really understand my question. Thanks rzed. I thought this group
is conservationists group or Chinese cuisine group.
Nov 20 '07 #21

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