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Where can I get some good introductory examples of Python code?

Mar 13th, 2000 08:19

Steve Holden, Nathan Wallace, unknown unknown
Gerrit Holl, Fredrik Lundh, Chris Patti


The most relevant location for examples is probably 
    /python/source/Python-1.5.2/demo/scripts.
If you don't have the source distribution, get it from here:
    http://www.python.org/1.5/
Check out the Python snippets archive:
   http://tor.dhs.org/~zephyrfalcon/snippets/
Also check out 'The Vaults' at:
    http://www.vex.net/parnassus/
Finally, don't forget that all Python distributions (including
binary distributions) contain a lot of library and sample code:
it's always worth looking at samples from the system's authors!
Look in the "lib" subdirectory of your distribution to see how
various Python libraries have been coded, and in the "Tools"
subdirectory for some complete Python programs.



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