On 1/6/06, bruno desthuilliers <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Not even - Python is byte-compiled too. The difference is that the
> Python interpreter (call it 'VM' if you think that 'interpreter' isn't
> buzzword-compliant enough) is smart enough to take care of the
> compilation phase by itself.

Ah, but that's not the only difference. The fact that the
VM/intepreter does this, together with the dynamic type handling,
enables you to do self-modifying code. A typical "dynamic" feature. ;)

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