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Q: Why Python is bad for web from the point of URLs?

 
 
techtonik
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      01-24-2007
A: Because you need three modules to parse, edit and reassemble query
string. urlparse, cgi and urllib

 
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Jia Lu
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      01-24-2007

But you can do capsulation to them.


On 1月24日, 午後7:50, "techtonik" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> A: Because you need three modules to parse, edit and reassemble query
> string. urlparse, cgi and urllib


 
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