Programming Python, Part II

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Having covered some advanced features in Part I, it's time to include some basics.

José P. E. “Pupeno” Fernández has been programming since...at what age is a child capable of siting in a chair and reaching a keyboard? He has experimented with more languages than can be listed on this page. His Web site is at pupeno.com, and he always can be reached, unless you are a spammer, at pupeno@pupeno.com.

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cool = blog.Post("Cool", "Python is cool")

I can't get the above line to work. Is that correct?

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Were you using Emacs and following the instructions in part I? If so, the class "Post" will be part of the module "blog". If not, you must arrange for that yourself - the article explains.

If I understand correctly. I'm not a Python programmer. :)

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