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Links 1 through 10 of 34 by ernest ackermann tagged python

"A little over a year ago I wrote an article on web scraping using Node.js. Today I'm revisiting the topic, but this time I'm going to use Python, so that the techniques offered by these two languages can be compared and contrasted."

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On this page, I present a list of side-by-side comparisons of features of Java and Python. If you look at these comparisons, you can see why Python can be written much more quickly, and maintained much more easily, than Java. The list is not long — it is meant to be representative, not exhaustive.

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This short ebook is an ongoing project to help Computer Science students who have had one or two semesters of Python learn the Java programming language

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""Invent Your Own Computer Games with Python" is a free e-Book that teaches you how to program in the Python programming language. Each chapter gives you the complete source code for a new game, and then teaches the programming concepts from the example."

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python tutorial. Using idle start around 2:00

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"This module provides regular expression matching operations similar to those found in Perl."

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beginners guide to Python

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Python 3.1 has been superseded by 3.1.1. You can download 3.1.1.

Python 3.1 final was released on June 27th, 2009.

Python 3.1 is a continuation of the work started by Python 3.0, the new backwards-incompatible series of Python

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