Get an introduction to DParser, a simple but powerful tool for parsing. Then learn about DParser for Python, which gives Python programmers a seamless interface to DParser, and see how it compares to other parsers covered in previous installments. In a manner similar to Spark or PLY, grammar rules are input to DParser using Python function documentation strings.
A look at DParser for Python
2004-08-10 General Development 5 Comments
Look, I like ruby. But that doesn’t mean I have to bash Python. Heck, when I have the time, I would like to learn it, the more languages I know, the better programmer I can become.
What is the point of Ruby going after Python? I don’t get it at all. Crush Python?? Why why why?
Is a better language than Ruby, but that isn’t what this topic is about. Read the article, comment on it, and leave the language wars for slashdotters to contend with..
well, I love ruby, and the img is nice, but completely nonsense here…
Anyway, don’t bash too much the anon, that img is just inspired by this one:
almost enough to make me learn Python