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    Old School Python

    Marcelo has mentioned I'm kind of old school (for a good meaning of the world "old"), and I really am. I was there when Guido van rossum hadn't produced 1.1 of Python and
    still answered newbies in the USENET newsgroup.
    However, I seem to remember that later on, after yet another silly question, Guido van Rossum himself answered with something like "You make lots of questions you should solve yourself", but have been unable to find it. Maybe it was direct email. BTW, that might explain the fact tha I stick to Perl. Which, at that time, was into version 4.

    2008-04-22 09:35 | 2 Comment(s) | Filed in

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    De: Marcelo Fecha: 2008-04-22 14:01

    Hi, JJ!

    Thank you very much for the honoured mention at your blog! :)

    You made a little mistake when writing the HTML code for the link. You forgot the ---TEXT HERE--- . :)

    Hasta La Vista!


    De: JJ Fecha: 2008-04-22 14:05

    Done, thanks... It's because blogalia inserts newlines

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