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From: rm on 9 Dec 2009 21:11
Here is a new tutorial that may be a good starting point for learning
From: MRAB on 9 Dec 2009 22:11
Alf P. Steinbach wrote:
> * rm:
>> Here is a new tutorial that may be a good starting point for learning
> Looks nice.
> I have two comments: (1) what is "the N900"?, and (2) the naming
> convention, using 'Num' for a variable and 'clsAddress' for a class, is
> opposite of the usual Python convention where one'd write 'num' and
(1) Nokia N900.
(2) I agree that the naming convention is nonPythonic.
From: geremy condra on 9 Dec 2009 23:56
> The N900 is what I consider the coolest portable device ever:
Dunno if you intended to, but in the last link you imply that you can't run
Python on android, when you can do so either via ASE or through the