Python was my first programming language and I have been programming for about 5 years now. I LOVE Python, but there is one thing I haven't got myself to believe yet. In the Zen of Python one of the entries is: "There should be one, and preferably only one, obvious way to do things." And while I was able to write that from memory, I still have a hard time with it.
So, can any of you Pythoneers/Pythonistas explain this to me? Logic and/or examples would be great ( although good luck proving it to me WITHOUT logic :p ).
Thanks in advance,