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Python; in a nutshell, 2d ed.


Python; in a nutshell, 2d ed.

Martelli, Alex.

O'Reilly Media, Inc.


695 pages




Intended for experienced programmers, this reference documents the primary components of the Python standard library and some of the most useful third party modules for client and server side network programming, numerical array processing, manipulation of text and binary files, and interaction with the operating system. The author also highlights Python's cross-platform capabilities, showing how to code extension modules in C and Java. The second edition covers version 2.4 of Python.

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