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The Art and Craft of Programming: Python Edition

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The Art and Craft of Programming: Python Edition
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Publisher: The University of Alabama
Number of pages: 137

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Contents: Starting Out; Literals; Combining Literals; Precedence and Associativity; Variables; Assignment; Conditionals; Functions; Python Programs and Using Files; Input and Output; More about Functions; Scope; Loops; Lists; Recursion; Comparing Recursion and Looping; More on Input; Two-dimensional Arrays; Footnotes.

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