In article <ExK67.8849$1V1.797914 / e420r-atl2.usenetserver.com>, "Albert
Wagner" <alwagner / tcac.net> wrote:

> What attracted me to Ruby from Python was the fact that it was pure OOP,
> not an addon as in Python.  For a language to be fun for me, it must be
> more than just a collection of addon features.  Ruby has a design
> integrity that I found lacking in Python.  I don't find the differences
> between a pure OOP language and a hybrid language to be "insignificant"
> nor a "minor difference."  <snip>

To the best of my knowledge Python was designed originally with OOP in mind (not
as an add on). Also, I wouldn't consider it a hybrid language.

-- 
~Mark Nenadov (author/editor for http://www.coffeecode.com)