Premshree Pillai <premshree.pillai / gmail.com> wrote:

> I don't see other reasons, actually.

Here's one: Ruby is better than Python, but the industry has decided
that worse is better, so Python wins.

Another one: Bruce Eckel (for whom I had lots of respect) has said that
Ruby is not worth learning compared to Python (which is why I lost all
the respect I had for him, poof, instantly gone, bye bye), so Python
wins again.

Oh, and another one: Python users don't like to admit that they made the
wrong choice, so they stick with their inferior solution, so Python wins
again.

Do you need more ? :)

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