Why him does not use a natural language for programming?
capellan2000 at gmail.com
Thu Feb 23 22:08:54 CST 2012
> Well the goal of Hypertext based programming was and is to make the
> programming language as like a normal dialect as possible, so code would
> be easier to read and write. This by nature causes a certain degree of
> is not all that tedious, and I find it quicker and easier to code this
> way. Also, many here who have experience in other languages will tell you
> that the amount of code required to do almost anything in LC is far, far
> less than in other environments. Remember, we do not have to write the
> code that creates fields, buttons, menus etc. neither do we have to write
> the engine that sends messages to them and interprets user interaction for
> us. Most of the work has already been done for us! Now THAT is what I call
> Compact Coding!!
Well said, Bob! :-D
Now, we only need that one of the web communication
experts in this platform recreate this python code
and we could compare which is shorter, faster and
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