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>>39939163
thanks, I"ll give that a shot.

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When I want to fuck with the stupid linux admins at work I send them network information in CDIR notation.

>mfw when they have to google a subnet calc

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Why would I?
I'm neither a codemonkey nor a sysadmin.

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>>34590514
Python is pretty much perfect as an introductory language even if i'm not as fond of it as some.
It's small so you can keep most of it in your head like C and it has garbage collection so beginners don't get bogged down in memory management when they should be learning for-loops, recursion and CS ideas.
IDLE, which I personally think is a pain in the ass, is good in that it's echo:ing of interpreted code lines makes for a very good experimenting environment for complete newbies.
Doesn't hurt that it's fairly fast to push out something working in Python hence why people like to use it for prototyping.

It's not my favorite language but it definitely fills the learning programming niché very well.

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>>34564520
>python is easier to learn then C++?
Less bloated so you can keep most of the language in your head like C, less convoluted syntax, has a GC so you don't get bogged down in memory management or pointers when you should be learning for-loops and recursion.



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