Why Python?

Cardinal Biggles had Eric in the comfy chair for over four hours before wringing this confession from him...
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How to Think Like a Computer Scientist

Learning with Python

by Allen B. Downey, Jeffrey Elkner and Chris Meyers

http://www.ibiblio.org/obp/thinkCSpy/

Re: Why Python?

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The writer of this article says everything that ought to be said about hackers. Also, "7-Z", there are some suggestions in there that you ought to take into consideration.

-Not a hacker, just a wannabe.

Perl, PERL God dammit! T

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Perl, PERL God dammit!

Talk bout sth U know, not kust u've listened 2 somewhere :wallbash:

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