Anil Franklin

– my thoughts

Porting Neko to kids’ mind

Neko is now reloaded, a devotion to python , from our Pramode sir..An easy path to python .An interactive learning of a powerful language.I gave this to my sister who haven’t even heard about python and gave her an initial startup .After half an hour she was asking me to give her problems to code in python… And I just want to say ‘Thats Neko !!’ ..


See the interactive console above …You can see Neko, the cat , obeying your commands… Commands like right() , left() , sleep() , wakeup() are his present jobs .You can teach him more .. Click here

I love python ; It is the most understandable easily hackable language I have ever seen . You will need it when you want to do something which we expect our computer to do for us , for example merge few HTML files , select all files with a pattern of name, calculate a sort of formula from a big set of data .All these you could do with your computer , but how ..Bitterly vague; proving that even for accomplishing house keeping jobs there is no such options in proprietary operating systems like windows . It is python which helps me to use windows. A Kid starting using a system may be ignorant about capabilities of his/her system since it is cruelly abstracted before him/her by these proprietary OSs ..It is here python proves its power. It is an easily acquainted language .
Here you can download a PyNeko (executable file) to start commanding your Neko .See him obeying you . Start teaching him new things . You will get acquainted with python .There is a python console with which you can do any python code ,you can leave Neko unminded if you go ahead typing python code which you have learned automatically .In fact he , The Neko ,have taught you the language python , after which you can download
and use python for windows .After you learn try to switch to free OSs (linux) where you can use python source code

Let that be for today
Thankyou for reading further
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April 11, 2008 - Posted by | glance | , ,

3 Comments »

  1. Hey,nice smiley!!!

    Comment by eddy | April 13, 2008 | Reply

  2. I have heard a lot bout python but never mind learning it.
    Your article unleashed a bit more powers of this little giant.
    So i will definitely try using the language.

    Comment by shobith | May 7, 2008 | Reply

  3. Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation đŸ™‚ Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Brigandry!!

    Comment by Brigandry | June 19, 2008 | Reply


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