On Wed 25 May 2005 17:45, Ronan Cunniffe wrote:
> > In my view, people should be taught programming in order to write
> > programs which hopefully do something interesting
> > like deleting advertisements from TV programs.
>> That's a very, very limited view.
If I could eliminate advertisements from the TV programs I watch
it would add several years to my life, as measured in real terms.
[I shall study Justin Mason's formula with care.
Spamassassin has probably added several true months to my life.]
Python might possibly save a couple of hours.
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