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    Exclamation Python Forum

    This forum was requested. If it can maintain Q&A, then we will keep it and eventually shift it higher on the forum list. If it cannot maintain Q&A traffic, it will be merged into another group.

    You asked for it, now is your chance to show it is worth having a forum on this topic!

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    Re: Python Forum

    last reply in this Forum was on the first of this month (1st April) ...
    makes me wonder is it some kind of April Fool's Day trick?
    A reply on 1st April, second on 30th April.

    This Forum is doomed!

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    Re: Python Forum

    Quote Originally Posted by mandeep2
    This Forum is doomed!
    Yes, if people don't start using it (the Python forum), then it is going to be disbannded.

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    Re: Python Forum

    I haven't been doing much Python development on my end right now, so I have nothing to discuss. Later, however, when I start doing a little more python programming I will definitely be using it more. It's only been 2 months, I say give it 4 more at least.
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    Re: Python Forum

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    Re: Python Forum

    Actually it is the same situation (although little better than here) on Python Forum
    There are hardly any users online, I mostly see 3 users online
    - Me
    - Google Bot
    - MSN Bot


    Weeks pass without any reply, the Python people do not seem to be helpful, I think!

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    Re: Python Forum

    I think the problem is that python can be an intuitive language and the docs that exist for it are very good. What ever I couldn't from the pydocs I got from Dive Into Python.

    Still it would be good to have a Python community here on Code Guru. The real issue may be that there is not a lot of development being done in Python or that the development may not be that hard.

    It would be sweet to see people discuss things like calling Python from C++ or using DLL's with Python. There are a lot of cool things going for Python too like Iron Python or Iron Python Studio.

    I'll just hope things pick up.

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