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Ok, there you have it! The PYTHON guyz!!

Discussion in 'Tech, Gadgets & Science Forum' started by Given Edward, Jan 15, 2011.

  1. Given Edward

    Given Edward Verified User

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    Okay sasa tuanze kuelezana kuhusu python........
     
  2. VoiceOfReason

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    :noidea:
    labda niulize smalltalk
     
  3. Given Edward

    Given Edward Verified User

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    Smalltalk?
     
  4. PakaJimmy

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    talk'talk...much mo' easier!...not't?
     
  5. Zing

    Zing JF-Expert Member

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    arent u among them ?
    Anza kuleza tujifunze
     
  6. VoiceOfReason

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    Nadhani hii Python ni object oriented programming language kama ilivyo C++ na Smalltalk, hii Python I have no idea about it lakini programing languages ni kama peni unaweza kutumia BIC, FOUNTAIN au PENSELI lakini bado ukaandika ukaeleweka.... nadhani C++ ni more common lakini if am not mistaken SmallTalk ni bure na ni rahisi kujifunza...Free Smalltalk Compilers and Interpreters (thefreecountry.com)

    Kwahiyo ukitaka unaweza ukaidownload hapo juu ukaanza kujifundisha mwenyewe
     
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    Gad ONEYA JF-Expert Member

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    :puke:
     
  8. redSilverDog

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    guys i like the question! so, can we start giving real answers down here?:popcorn:
     
  9. VoiceOfReason

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    Post Number 2 and 6 aint they answears

    Answear: .
    a. A spoken or written reply, as to a question.
    b. A correct reply.
    2. a. A solution, as to a problem.
    b. A correct solution.
     
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    Why dont u initiate new thread to promote "smalltalk" . let phyton gurus share their phyton skills.
     
  11. VoiceOfReason

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    Since there is non till now I have offered alternative which does the same thing......., hapa hatuko kupromote anything au kuonyesha who is who and who has got bigger muscles, we are here to help one another accomplish something.
     
  12. emanuel.feruzi

    emanuel.feruzi Senior Member

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    I used Python, as in Django, about a year ago. It is a neat language. I was really trying to understand how the Pootle Server works.

    I few things I liked about Python:-
    1. An excellent documentations, include a beginners guide
    2. Forced indenting as it makes the code more readable
    3. It has a reach collection of functions and libraries

    Because a lot of things on Ubuntu are write or depends heavily on Python, I have had to master the basics to be able to dig deeper into Ubuntu.

    If you are just begining, I recomment the Python's Team Tutorial before any other book.

    Enjoy
     
  13. YeshuaHaMelech

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    About
    Also see wikipedia

    Kifupi ni lugha ambayo ni interpreted kama Java na hivyo ina run juu ya VM. Ni rahisi kujifunza na ina nguvu mno! Lakini kama intepreted language nyingine ipo taratibu kulinganisha na C++ lakini you can extend it to work with C++. kwa hiyo sehemu za project yako ambazo hazihitaji speed/perfomance accuracy unazifanya ktk Python na the rest unaweza zifanya ktk C/C++. Unaweza kuitumua kwa database/Web/Desktop/Games/et al.

    Kuna tutorials nyingi sana stay tuned for more!
     
  14. YeshuaHaMelech

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    Kuna version mbili, 2.xx series na 3.xxx series. 3xx is not backward compartible with 2,xx. Although there are good improvement and additions in 3.xx, some critical module like wxPython GUI toolkit are not yet ported to that version, so before you choose you have to calculate modules you need and see if they are there in the version you want.

    Side note is, Guido Van Rossum is founder and Benevolent Dictator for Life (BDFL) behind Python :smile-big:
     
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    To start, Download and install Python, download docs Here according to your flavor and Start "IDLE" Python IDE that comes with Python.
    Then open Docs and go to tutorial and learn the basics. Use links above to get a book, recommending either Byte of Python or Think Python for starters. Then Keep Brushing and eventually start small project and keep growing.

    The Python tutorial, which is excellent can be accessed online also here
     
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    Any Question? :welcome:
     
  20. redSilverDog

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    yea.. flexibility, security and development time, please?
     
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