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Re: [Axiom-developer] domains with parameters versus Python classes

From: gdr
Subject: Re: [Axiom-developer] domains with parameters versus Python classes
Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2007 13:02:06 -0500
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Quoting Ondrej Certik <address@hidden>:

I agree witht the arguments that you presented. Especially with "There are very
few programming languages that have invented anything new in the last
decade or so". But now comes the point, which seems natural to me, but
where we disagree - why don't we then just use a language which is the
most popular? (It doesn't have to be Python, it can be Ruby, or any
other, but I think Python is the most popular).

I'm sure the question is well-posed.

How dos popularity relates to effectiveness at solving programs?

By the way, how do you measure popularity?  By numbers published a
couple of years ago, there would be about 9 millions programmers
on the planet, out of which 3 millions are claimed to be C++

-- Gaby

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