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Old 08-19-2011, 12:41 PM   #1
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LXer: Future of Python programming language on a Linux platform

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Donít believe the naysayerís hype about Python! With increasing popularity among Linux communities and used by major corporations such as Google, Python is here to stay! Some sceptics have published articles and blogs over the last few years that have doubted the future of Python. However, Python has been around since 1991 and the growth in popularity of this stable and comprehensive high level programming language, especially in the Linux user domain, would indicate that it is here to stay.



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