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Feb 8, 2010, 11:29 #1
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python; just getting toes wet, pros/cons?
only just found out that i could and how to execute python code on my server, and only just found out i can execute python code in the terminal app in os x; all you've got to do is type python, and you're away.
anyway, just dipping my toes into python... what is python good and bad for? (i know the syntax is nice and clean). would you use it instead of php for example to do webpages with a bit of functionality? or not? also i have to put the python code file into the cgi-bin folder with a file extension of cgi then call it from browser to run it. if i wanted to use python like php, for webpages etc., how would the python file be called? i don't want urls xyz.com/cgi-bin/whatever.cgi. how's that usually handled? or do you not usually use python as a replacement for php, only use it in particular situations? if so, what kind of situations?