This afternoon, listening Dape‘s comments, I’ve been curious about Python and decided to give it a try.
Looking at the official documentation I discovered that it’s much like pseudocode and indent and colons (“:”) play an important role in the language. It hasn’t semicolons (“;”) and follows the rule “a line, a sentence”. It’s a very curious language… and doesn’t seems difficult to learn.
As some of you already know, I like KDE very much, so I decided to research about if a KDE program could be made using Python. I discovered PyKDE, but it isn’t included in Sarge. I found also a tutorial on writing Qt applications, so I give it a try. It seemed interesting. 🙂
…and get read-write an original read-only entry whose id=”myReadOnlyEntry”. NOTE: the void(0) is required in order to avoid the submission of the form.
Some other curious things you can do using this technique are to replace a previous given function already present in the document. In this example we redefine a form checking function in the current document:
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