Hey Kenny,

Thanks for your elaboration.

On my end, I'll try to succinctly justify the points you quoted from the post.

First, you said the kid example is "irrelevant" (a).

Well, I did mention that because I've never seen such cases with respect to any programming language except Python (b).

Probability-wise:

(a) : Python users - 1 / Python users.

(b) : NonPython users / NonPython users.

=> (b) > (a)

Second, Yeah, perhaps it's the developers' fault. But again here, when I compare "straight C" developers with "straight Python" developers, "straight C" developers tend to manipulate code better even if they are working on a Python code.

Finally, I agree with you that programming languages are just tools. Nothing more. Nothing less.

Hope that makes sense,

Cheers,

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