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What does charm have to do with anything? We used to argue if using a scripting language was really programming. Python has its uses, it is like any other tool. If it does the job for you, use it. Example: While troubleshooting a network issue, I wrote a quick syslog server script that sorted through all the crap going through our firewall. When done, deleted. Was that charming? I think not. Was it useful? For me it was. It is also good for doing POC on IoT stuff. Then rewrite in Object Oriented Assembler. Smile | :)
If you can keep your head while those about you are losing theirs, perhaps you don't understand the situation.

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