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    Default Heard of python ?

    Anyone heard of the language python ?

    Could anyone give more info on this ?
    Is it more powerful than php?

    I heard that it stores the content and the presentation in 2 different place and when the page is requested it combines both and sends it back to browser...

    Is there any good site where i could learn more about it ?

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    Default send me tutorial for pthon linguage in t-Br

    send me tutorial for pthon linguage in t-Br plix

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    you can use google.com to get more information

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    I have python to me its more like CGI and perl, its not much difference in my opinion, but python is what controls certain file extensions. <- I think that part is true.

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    Default Re: Heard of python ?

    Quote Originally Posted by kiransmiles
    Anyone heard of the language python ?

    Could anyone give more info on this ?
    Is it more powerful than php?

    I heard that it stores the content and the presentation in 2 different place and when the page is requested it combines both and sends it back to browser...

    Is there any good site where i could learn more about it ?
    yezz i ahv heard of phyton.
    itz a open source project available free.

    Python 2.4.2 is the current production version of Python. You should start here if you want to learn Python or if you want the most stable version. Here are some quick download links; if you want the MD5 checksums and OpenPGP signatures

    (for Unix or OS X compile)
    http://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.4.2/Python-2.4.2.tgz

    (for Unix or OS X compile, more compressed)
    http://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.4...-2.4.2.tar.bz2

    (Windows binary -- does not include source)
    http://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.4.2/python-2.4.2.msi

    (Windows Itanium binary -- does not include source)
    http://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.4...2.4.2.ia64.msi

    Python 2.3 OS X 10.2 installer
    http://ftp.cwi.nl/jack/python/mac/Ma...-OSX-2.3-1.dmg

    OpenPGP Public Keys

    Starting with Python 2.3, the release manager has signed both the source tarball and the Windows executable with their OpenPGP key:

    * Anthony Baxter (key id: 6A45C816)
    * Barry Warsaw (key id: ED9D77D5)

    You can view the standard documentation
    http://www.python.org/doc/current/download.html


    for further news
    visit
    docs.python.org/tut/tut.html

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    I've learnt python.
    Just two questions

    -Do you know what python is?
    -If no, then I can tutor you

    Regards,
    Mad Cow

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    tutor online how?

    can you explain..that..you have one ardent student to learn python ASAP

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    Well all i know about python is another language that is used more in the internet

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    Default heh

    its very cool!


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    Default ok

    i've never used it but i've been looking for it as well, did google.com give you any results? thanks

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