anonymous
  • anonymous
Any thoughts on Cython language? Is it really the best of both worlds (Python + C) ??
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anonymous
  • anonymous
As far as I know, CYTHON is a PYTHON library to call C code from Python. It is not a language.
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cython in the first sentence lol but it serves a similar function to what you said
anonymous
  • anonymous
@adhokshaj You may be confunding Cython with Pyrex (or with the C API built-in into CPython). That looks a cool idea, I might want to play with it a bit. Thanks for the link :-)

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KonradZuse
  • KonradZuse
Most every language is built based on previous languages. They take bits and pieces of other languages and put them together. YOu need a language that you know you will be able to work with for a long time. Java is a powerhouse, and C++ has always been a powerhouse, but is starting to die off not that Microsoft is putting all of their efforts towards c#. Languages will change and move on, some will last for a long time, some will never become "big."
anonymous
  • anonymous
Some languages, like Lisp, lie in slumber, waiting for just the right moment to take over :D

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