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Non-Programmers Tutorial For Python
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- Front Matter
- First things first
- Installing Python
- Interactive Mode
- Creating and Running Programs
- Using Python from the command line
- Hello, World
- What you should know
- Talking to humans (and other intelligent beings)
- Who Goes There?
- Count to 10
- Defining Functions
- For Loops
- Boolean Expressions
- Using Modules
- More on Lists
- Revenge of the Strings
- File IO
- Dealing with the imperfect (or how to handle errors)
- The End
- About this document ...
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