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    Re: dealing with many rows in a table

    Using index and filter the results by some criteria? User cannot possibly be interested in seeing all 7M orf rows at once?
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    Re: Creating my own CMS and need help

    You put your wagon ahead of your horses.

    Learn to be competent programmer/designer first - competend CMS design will be a side effect. Read stickies, they are exactly for people like you.

    Or...
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    Re: dBase programming

    Python is much better language that dBase ever was, and SQLite is much better DB - fully SQL compliant, but still just a library to access a DB in a file.

    Aa bonus, Python/SQLite is cross-platform.
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    Re: Good Starting Language?

    I think posters of such FAQ should get infraction points.
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    Re: Can't connect to MySQL DB from python

    Don't waste time on writing dump script - your database has dump/load command which runs faster and without your handcrafted bugs. Read up about DBA (database admin) tools, there are more you will...
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    Re: A good book about Python?

    as always not a one from so called "experts" did not bother to mention sticky FAQ which has many more (and better) suggestions, and reasons for those suggestions.

    It just shows how anyone who is...
  7. Thread: web site

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    Re: web site

    You can see the code how exactly it is done - check Django components, they include wiki, forum, email registration, and more. All in documented Python
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    Re: Without flaming, why Mono favored over Java?

    Yes, you can get sued by MSFT for most trivial things, like for using FAT file system. Check groklaw before dispensing free law advice.
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    Re: Compatibilities

    We have different whitespace characters, because decades ago, people used real typewriter (typing on paper) - which TTY still emulates. Then, different companies used different file formats because...
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    Re: problems with twisted.python.log

    Your question is very specialized, I am sure you will have more luck when asking at twisted dev mailing list.
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    Re: Importing c++ into python

    In Python, you can execute any external program
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    Re: Recruiting website coder...

    wikidot.com gives you a wiki and a forum, for free. Should be trivial to implement all you need, without any programming at all. Good luck!
  13. Thread: Perl beginner

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    Re: Perl beginner

    Seems like a procrastinated school project? Check FAQ policy about homeworks.

    Seems like you need to write a program which downloads a page and runs some filters/regexes on it, good fit for Perl...
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    Re: is cgi the best way to interface mysql?

    Python + Django, without hesitation.

    Django will generate all basic data access screens, all you need is to define your data model (describe the tables).
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    Re: Installing Python 2.6

    You did not mentioned your OS.

    If ubuntu, can you upgrade to version which supports 2.6? Having two different versions on Python might give you problems.

    Also, Try PIL for image manipulation....
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    Re: stuts1/struts2 or spring?

    Seems like classic symptoms of a http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CowboyCoder and http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?CowboyCoding
  17. Re: Which Python GUI tool kit for at absolute beginner

    GUI is over-rated, learn programming in commandline. GUI adds many confusing problems, like events.

    If you have to have GUI, easiest is EasyGUI (which has no events, so it is not really a GUI, it...
  18. Re: which is better for shell scripting- perl or python ?

    I am not sure if asking OP to read FAQ is too much - there are exact topics "Why I love/hate Perl" and "... Python" to get all the language bashing one can stand.

    And answer is, as always: it...
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    Re: Is a python os possible?

    Another possibility is to use different (non-Intel i86) CPU architecture, like http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARM_architecture .

    "ThumbEE provides a small extension to the Thumb-2 extended Thumb...
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    Re: Is a python os possible?

    Like Cython mentioned above? :-) Or RPython?



    Which types are in C and not in Python? You can model anything using byte arrays - the problem is efficiency, and you can get it via Cython.

    So...
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    Re: Is a python os possible?

    That would be the worst approach.

    Of course depending what your goal is - you never bothered to mention that, so any advice is based on WAG.

    Learning basic of Assembly is fine (try wikipedia...
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    Re: Looking for some direction..

    Sticky FAQ have all kinds of answers. Of only mods pointed to them when moving thread here...

    See also my sig.

    Generic answer would be, Python is good enough for 90% of what you need for new...
  23. Re: Witch of this programming style Top-down or buttom-up is the best ?

    For anything large, you will write tests suite, I would hope? The first and simplest one would be to check the type info?

    Utility of static typing in application programs (as opposed to system...
  24. Re: Witch of this programming style Top-down or buttom-up is the best ?

    Because language **are** different (don't pull Turing completeness on me). Just try creating simple mock-up of any object in Java or C++, and compare it to Lisp, Forth, Perl or Python. Only then you...
  25. Re: Witch of this programming style Top-down or buttom-up is the best ?

    What is best? Answer is as always: it depends.

    what kind of task you want to program? Are you familiar with the problem area (ie, did 2-3 similar projects)? Do you have defined set of features to...
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