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Posted on 10-03-09 10:36
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A new language would never become popular unless it's good.


Not true. For a language to become popular it requires that it doesn't suck, not that it's good.

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True, but I know decompilers for some versions of GM exist. (Not GM7 though... yet)


But just because you can't do it with the usual tools means a large part of the ones trying to crack your apps will be too lazy to do it.


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Posted on 10-03-09 14:55
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Java is slow! 0_o
Where did you find this?
What were you coding in Java when you came up with this hypothesis?
Are you kidding me?! You want to replace JAVA with python!!!
Do you think you can do anything with python?!


Man, if you know how to write a fast java code, teach me!
A couple months ago, I had to write one RSA encrypter. I had to implement it from zero. A friend told me: "I'll do it in java!" I said: "Do you want to compute 65^42147 in java?"

Ok, you're right, python can't handle the "Do anything with it" statement but IMO neither do Java.
You have to choose the right tool for your work, I love how python deal with strings, its beautifull!


Who told you that bigger projects and games are coded in C++?!
Nowadays, JAVA is everywhere (mobile, TV, airplane system, car system...)


C++ is the language for game development, I'm sure!

Like I said before, the right tool is ALWAYS the best tool!
I'm looking forward to code a web spider, I'm going to use java. Will be painfull to implement sockets and HTTP handling in C++.




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Posted on 10-03-09 18:17
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C++ is the language for game development, I'm sure!

Yes, C++ is very common for game development.

For example the Gamebryo (Oblivion, Fallout 3, Empire Earth II and III, Zoo Tycoon 2, Dragonica), Allegro Library (Liero, Gusanos) and Medusa (DarkSpace MMO) game engines are written in C++, and the Irrlicht and OGRE 3D rendering engines (OpenFrag, Anarchy Online, Ankh, Earth Eternal) as well.

For tons of more examples check out http://gpwiki.org. . .me_Engines


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Posted on 10-03-09 18:17
Python makes spidering pretty easy, check my article on python's HTMLParser module (not sure if its 3.0 compatible), will give you a good start.

Unless you are set with java that is Grin. Java is very good, and ultimately a better platform if you do/want to use C#/C++ in the future.


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Posted on 10-03-09 23:47
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Python makes spidering pretty easy, check my article on python's HTMLParser module (not sure if its 3.0 compatible), will give you a good start.

Unless you are set with java that is Grin. Java is very good, and ultimately a better platform if you do/want to use C#/C++ in the future.


Hey, thanks for the push!
This will be a good oportunity to learn more about python!



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