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Re: Python v.s. c++

 
 
Michael Sparks
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      02-10-2005
On Thu, 10 Feb 2005, xiaobin yang wrote:

> Hi, if i am already skillful with c++. Is it useful to learn python? thanks!


Personally I would say yes, largely because I tend to find them
complementary languages. It's easier (IMO) to explore random ideas in
python without getting nailed into corners too early. You can then nail
things in the right corners later on should you decide for an optimised
version written in (or written partially in) C++.

Regards,


Michael.

 
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