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About Dave Kuhlman

Dave Kuhlman has worked for many years on a variety of software
development projects, in several programming languages, and on
more than one platform. Because of Python's clear syntax,
developer friendliness, and broad utility, Dave focuses his energy
on the Python language, on systems built with Python, and on
developing documentation and training materials for those systems.
Dave's current work involves XML processing in Python as well as
the development of tools and documentation for Zope and the CMSs
(content management systems) that run on top of Zope, Dave's
current platform is Debian GNU/Linux; he has installed and
administers a small network composed of several Linux boxes behind
a Linux router/gateway.  More information about Dave's work can be
found at http://www.rexx.com/~dkuhlman.

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Copyright (c) 2003 Dave Kuhlman

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Python 101 – Introduction to Python

2010-05-25T23:14:12+00:00 July 2nd, 2005|Python|

Python is a high-level general purpose programming language. Because code is automatically compiled to byte code and executed, Python is suitable for use as a scripting language, Web application implementation language, etc. Because Python can be extended in C and C++, Python can provide the speed needed for even compute intensive tasks.