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Re: Python Programming



Though I usually keep my mouth shut, and I'm sure most will be saying "best
kept that way", I say learn C/C++ or Java.  I've coded extensively in
both(right now I'm back to Java), and recommend  either.  Java's nice and
easy to learn, don't have to worry about pointers, and is proving to be
plenty fast enough on the server side.  C is more where it's at if you're
coding for U*ix enviro's.  VB is not where it's at for anything ;)  Stepping
from VB to C may be a little tricky, but to Java it shouldn't be that big a
deal.  There's plenty of sites up on the web with tutorials etc, so that
won't be to difficult.  Ok, I'm done, let the anti Java flames begin ;)

Jon
----- Original Message -----
From: "Karl Pearson" <karlp colubs com>
To: "Redhat Install List" <redhat-install-list redhat com>
Sent: Monday, May 08, 2000 6:44 PM
Subject: Python Programming


> I imagine this isn't an appropriate question for this group, but I believe
> an answer could be had here, so...
>
> Anyone know if Python is worth getting into for this old VB programmer?
The
> best book to start learning? Any other language ideas? I hate to say it
> here, but I feel the good old U.S.A. is 'C'-sick... So, though I've
written
> some nice little /bin/sh scripts, I've not gotten into 'C' at all...
> Exposing my weaknesses too much?
>
> Karl L. Pearson
> Senior uniVerse Database Analyst
> Senior Unix/NT/Win Analyst
> karlp colubs com
>
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