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  1. Re: So, I am a lazy n00b who likes visual elements. Any language suggestions?

    gambas is a very good suggestion, it looks lazy enough ;)

    By the way I am lazy too. I let others do the hard work LOL!!!

    If I have to work hard then I need a damn good reason to.... I found...
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    Re: [wxPython] Errors upon closing the app

    no problem, still trying to understand why we need to call , the Frame constructor directly. weird your approach is confirmed by the wxPython samples as well.
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    Re: [wxPython] Errors upon closing the app

    it is not, but see my previous reply.

    I am trying to find out why I was wrong.
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    Re: [wxPython] Errors upon closing the app

    Actually I was wrong your code run just fine mine is wrong. Weird.

    This how I would have done it .


    import wx

    #class MainWindow(wx.Frame):
    # def __init__(self, parent, ID, title):
    # ...
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    Re: [wxPython] Errors upon closing the app

    This one is bothering me, it should be


    wx.Frame(self, parent, ID, title, wx.DefaultPosition, wx.DefaultSize)

    I am new with python, but maybe this might create your problems.
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    Re: Apple laptops vs. PC laptops

    If that is what it means to be a fool , I do not want to be clever , ever....
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    Re: Apple laptops vs. PC laptops

    Make you feel that at last you use a computer and not that a computer use you.



    Double than my crappy Hp Compaq laptop with total CPU meltdown in 6 months and 1 month with no computer at all....
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    Re: Python- capable to make a WM?

    And because the amount is BIG (wrapped by the C compiler) , so is the significance.

    Next argument.
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    Re: Assembly inside Python

    Those are shells as python.



    Does it run all by itself ? ( I do not know if I do not look inside Kernel source code , but that basically means that no includes must exist) If it does then it...
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    Re: Apple laptops vs. PC laptops

    That is not fair... it is true that some mac users are idiots but that has nothing to do with mac or apple, it is a universal thing.

    The whole ad campaign of apple vs microsoft is first of all...
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    Re: Python- capable to make a WM?

    I hope , I need a good laugh.
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    Re: Assembly inside Python

    first did you know that even some assembly statements need OS functionality in order to be run?

    For example there are assembly commands that I used when I was programming in assembly that needed...
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    Re: Python- capable to make a WM?

    macro assembler is still million miles closer to machine code compared to C code.

    Next argument .
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    Re: Assembly inside Python

    There is nothing to confuse about JIT confuse , it is Just in Time compilation.
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    Re: Top 7 reasons people quit Linux - PC World

    I will have to agree with you with your entire reply.

    The article is highly biased.

    However users should judge LINUX from the perspective that is FREE and big supporters of Linux should...
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    Re: Assembly inside Python

    If that was true then the programm will never execute as CPU executes ONLY machine code.

    So sorry but you are wrong.
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    Re: Python- capable to make a WM?

    no it is not , only assembly code is.

    C encapsulates in one statement several machine code statements the same as python. Each high language moves further away from machine code structure. In...
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    Re: Assembly inside Python

    Without knowing the deeps of compilation I would have to say that an interpreter is not entirely different to a compiler. Both turn the code into machine code, the difference is that the first is...
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    Poll: Re: what python idle do you use under ubuntu?

    ECLIPSE with PYDEV

    IDLE 2.6

    IPYTHON
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    Re: Assembly inside Python

    I agree it looks ugly. Not pythonic at all.

    if you say so , have no idea there.



    Actually me likes your idea. I would love to see a clean inline assembler in python but also calling asm...
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    Assembly inside Python

    Assembly strangely enough was always one of my favorite programming languages.

    Python now is my most favorite.

    I see that many people use python here. So I address the question whether anyone...
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    Re: Python- capable to make a WM?

    Writting an OS in any language requires First determination and patience. I agree with captain pickard here.

    OS development is no easy feat .

    Second there are no rules how will be accomplished...
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    Re: Python- capable to make a WM?

    And there is no such thing as C program as it is all assembly code. LOL

    You are a funny guy

    Again according to your reasoning a plugin is nothing more than a script , LOL

    Of course this is...
  24. Poll: Re: What kind of programming do you find most interesting?

    It mainly graphics , music, sound . That is the areas that most interest me. But I am meshing with databases at them moment and would like to try some basic things on AI.
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    Re: pyCracker - A GUI for aircrack-ng suit!

    What is the reason for preferring pyGTK instead of wxPython ?
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