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Old 10-08-2002, 06:33 PM   #1
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anyone developing web with python ?


we are going to use jsp as a main language in our class project..
however, i 'd like to try python on my own..

i have apache / python installed
i read there are couple of ways of using python with apache
i'd like to hear which one is the most widely used.
and i want to know whether the selection between (cgi,mod_python...) makes difference in python coding.

and if i can see a python code for any simple task in web building (such as website login/register), it 'd be great

thank you
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I can give you a link to one big example: zope (


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