On 09/25/12 00:53, Thomas Rachel wrote:
> Am 25.09.2012 01:39 schrieb Dwight Hutto:As a beginning Pythonista, I found myself doing the same thing. I
>> You don't always know all the built-ins, so the builtin is
>> simpler, but knowing how to code it yourself is the priority of
>> learning to code in a higher level language, which should be
>> simpler to the user of python.
> When learning Python, it often happend me to re-inven the wheel.
implemented my own CSV parsing until I discovered how easy it was to
do with the built-in library. I implemented my own option-parsing
until I found optparse/argparse. I implemented config-files until I
Coming from C where just about *nothing* is in the stdlib and Java &
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