[Haskell-cafe] New slogan for haskell.org
laurent.deniau at cern.ch
Fri Oct 5 09:12:53 EDT 2007
Henning Thielemann wrote:
> On Fri, 5 Oct 2007, Albert Y. C. Lai wrote:
>> Granted, perhaps your perspective is, if every other company is
>> shouting "customers are number one", then ours must too, and who
>> actually lives up to it is the non-sequitur here. You're in the
>> buzzword war, not the evidence war. OK, then make sure you include
>> executability, as the Python guys in their infinite wisdom have
>> forgotten that one. You'll trump them on that point, ha!
> me too
>> To exemplify, I now analyze the Python statement under my glass:
>> "dynamic object-oriented": Good, informative, I know those words
>> and I am the one to decide its implications to me.
> To be honest - I do not know exactly what is meant with 'dynamic'
> here. I know Python is dynamically typed - is this meant? Or
> 'dynamic' in the sense of 'can alter data at run-time', or 'can run
> programs' at all?
all of that, plus the ability to change the objects' types (hierarchies)
at runtime like in most dynamically typed languages.
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