Hi,

In message "Re: FAQ comp.lang.ruby; correction, Ruby vs Python 2.2"
    on 02/02/20, Jeff <jdonner0 / earthlink.net> writes:

|>     Ruby selectively integrates many good ideas taken from Perl,
|>     Python, Smalltalk, Eiffel, ADA, Clu, and Lisp.  (Ruby is more
|>     fully OO than Python in so far as basic types such as hashes can
|>     be subclassed. See Ruby FAQ 1.4.) Ruby combines these ideas in a
|
|Ruby is no longer more OO than Python (at least as pointed out in this
|FAQ), as of Python 2.2.  See this:

I admit Python people done great job recently, I still feel like "Ruby
is more fully OO than Python".  But we have to define "OO" before
further discussion, it's the hardest task. ;-)

							matz.