Re: Differance between Fortran 90 and C



Rich,

Rich Townsend <rhdt@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>Getting totally off topic, does Python have significant capabilities not found
>in Perl? At the moment, I find Perl fits all of my data-hacking needs, but I'm
>keen to hear if Python would be an even-better tool for the job.

Python's syntax is much more structured and legible than that of
Perl. Thus it often appeals to those who like Fortran. One can
go back to a Python program months or years later and understand
it.

You can check it out for yourself at

http://www.python.org/



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