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  1. Web Programming: Techniques for Integrating Python, Linux, Apache, and Mysql by George K., Thomas W. Christopher, and John P. Shafaee Thiruvathukal, 2001
  2. Python for Rookies by Sarah Mount, James Shuttleworth, et all 2008-02-07
  3. Python Tutorial (Open Source Library) by Guido Van Rossum, 2000-04
  4. Regular Expression Pocket Reference: Regular Expressions for Perl, Ruby, PHP, Python, C, Java and .NET (Pocket Reference (O'Reilly)) by Tony Stubblebine, 2007-07-18
  5. The Complete Python Training Course by Harvey M. Deitel, Paul J. Deitel, et all 2002-06-26
  6. Professional Linux Programming by Neil Matthew and Richard Stones, Brad Clements, et all 2000-09
  7. The Definitive Guide to Django: Web Development Done Right by Adrian Holovaty, Jacob Kaplan-Moss, 2007-12-06
  8. Python For Bioinformatics by Jason Kinser, 2008-06-15
  9. Python:The Complete Reference
  10. Python Library Reference (Open Source Library) by Guido Van Rossum, 1999-08
  11. Python: Create-Modify-Reuse by James O. Knowlton, 2008-06-10
  12. Perl to Python Migration by Martin C. Brown, 2001-11-02
  13. Perl How to Program, Introducing CGI and Python by H. M. Deitel, P. J. Deitel, et all 2001-01-25
  14. Web Standards Programmer's Reference : HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Perl, Python, and PHP by Steven M. Schafer, 2005-08-05

121. 123-reg Holding Page
Computer security, programming and linux related articles. Projects (C++, python).
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122. Main
C.V., diploma static formal verification . python section. Freeware and open source programs (Java, python, C++). Articles about Extreme programming. Some content in polish.
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123. - HomePage
A general purpose AspectOriented programming, Generative programming, and CASE toolkit for python. Open Source, BSD-like
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124. David Ljung Madison, Resume
Madison, David Jeffrey Ljung San Francisco, CA USA Verification Engineer / Software Writer. CPU Verification and Debug (Transmeta, MIPs) verilog, Unix, programming, (perl, scheme, C++, Lisp, Basic, Fortran, Ruby, python, sed, yacc, sh, ksh, zsh, csh, tcsh) Shareware programming, (album, WizPort, SpeedWaller) VLSI (DEStiny), DNRC.
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125. GraphApp
Toolkit for crossplatform GUI programming on Windows, X-Windows, Linux and Macintosh systems. It works with the C, C++ and python languages, and the source code can be freely downloaded here.
GraphApp is a toolkit for platform-independent GUI programming in C. Current Status:
The library is at version 2.4. The MS-Windows Macintosh Motif and Athena versions are all available as source code. A Python binding is available for X-Windows.
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126. Strc Prst Skrz Krk
ModUtiSrc Freeware creates a basic program containing the assembly instructions to create and save a relocatable module, Wimp.Py Freeware - a python module which interfaces with the RISC OS wimp, WimpLibs Freeware - a collection of libraries to make programming wimp applications in BASIC easier.
Free programs for download
Experimental and unfinished programs
Common web design problems and solutions
My link collection
Various files
James Bursa

127. Learn To Program Using Python: A Tutorial For Hobbyists, Self-Starters, And All
By Alan Gauld; Addison Wesley Professional, 2001, ISBN 0201709384, has CDROM. Introduction for those learning programming basics terminology, concepts, methods to write code. Assumes no prior knowledge but basic computer skills, unintimidating, clearly written. Addison Wesley,4096,0201709384,00.html
Select a Discipline Chemistry Computer Science Economics Finance Life Science Mathematics Physics/Astronomy Statistics by Keyword by Author by Title by ISBN Advanced Search ABOUT THIS PRODUCT Description Table of Contents Features Appropriate Courses Preface ... About the Author(s) RESOURCES Discipline-Specific RELATED TITLES Other LanguagesProgramming (Computer Science) Learn to Program Using Python: A Tutorial for Hobbyists, Self-Starters, and All Who Want to Learn the Art of Computer Programming View Larger Image Alan Gauld
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Add to Cart Instructor Exam Copy Description This book is an ideal starting point for students learning the essentials of computer programming. Assuming no prior knowledge (other than basic computer operation), this unintimidating and clearly written guide introduces the student to programming terminology, fundamental concepts, and techniques for writing actual code. Python is ideal for novice programmers: it is available for free; it has simple syntax but powerful features; it supports lots of programming styles; it runs on many platforms; it has a friendly and helpful user community. Using the Python language to teach the fundamentals of computer programming, the book introduces elements of programming style and offers a look at the thinking and steps involved in designing a software solution. Several sample applications illustrate techniques and ideas in action.

128. Web Programming Topic Guide
General guide to using CGI and other Webrelated programming with python.
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Web Programming Topic Guide
This Topic Guide covers Web-related programming with Python. This includes a wide spectrum of tasks, ranging from simple CGI programming, generating and parsing HTML and XML, writing HTTP clients and servers, all the way up to complete Web development environments such as Zope. CGI Programming Basic CGI programming If you're new to writing CGI scripts, or to writing them with Python, start by reading this page, which has links to documentation and tutorials. Fancy CGI modules Once you've mastered the basics of CGI programming, you may want to do more complicated tasks. There are various modules available for more complicated CGI tasks. Application Servers Application servers aim at providing a full environment for writing Web-based applications; several different systems have been written in Python. Graphics CGI scripts can do more than just output text; they can also output dynamically-generated graphics. Python has tools for generating images through scripts.

129. Productivity With Python
python is suitable for a wide range of programming tasks, and it scales well fromsimple scripting, prototyping, and web development, all the way up to the
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Productivity with Python
Python is an Agile programming language, well-suited for large or complex projects with changing requirements. Its clean object-oriented design and extensive support libraries offers two to ten fold programmer productivity increases over languages like C, C++, Java, VB, and Perl. Because it has been developed by thousands of contributors from around the world, Python is very well designed, fast, robust, portable, and scalable. With an uncluttered, easy-to-learn syntax and well-developed advanced language features, Python meets or exceeds the capabilities of comparable commercially available solutions. It is available for most operating systems, including Windows, UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS. Python is suitable for a wide range of programming tasks, and it scales well from simple scripting, prototyping, and web development, all the way up to the construction of complex business solutions or full-scale GUI apps. This flexibility makes it possible to simplify the development toolset, and helps to reduce training, integration, and maintenance costs. Python works well with existing technologies and can be used to wrap legacy systems or to enhance them as a powerful extension language for C, C++, or Java code bases.

130. Lf160, Software Development: Developing Gnome Application With Python (Part 1)
Set of articles written for beginners in Gnome programming and GNU/Linux.
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About the author:
Hilaire Fernandes is the vice-president of the OFSET , an organization to promote the development of free (as in freedom) education software for the Gnome desktop. He has also written Dr.Geo an award winning interactive geometry software and he is currently busy with Dr.Genius another mathematic education software for the Gnome desktop.
Developing Gnome Application with Python (Part 1)
Abstract This series of articles is especially written for beginner in Gnome programming and GNU/Linux. The chosen development language, Python, avoids the common overload with compiled languages as C. Prior to the reading of this article some knowledge about Python programming is necessary.
Needed tools
To be able to run the program described in this article you will need at least:
  • Python 1.52

131. Programming Language Comparison
Table compares popular objectoriented languages Eiffel, Smalltalk, Ruby, Java, C++, python, Perl, Visual Basic. Programmer's Corner > Programming Language Comparison
Programming Language Comparison
by Jason Voegele What follows is my personal evaluation and comparison of many popular programming languages. It is intended to provide very high-level information about the respective languages to anyone who is trying to decide which language(s) to learn or to use for a particular project. You can find a similar comparisons from Google Note: N/A indicates that a topic or feature is not applicable to the language. Eiffel Smalltalk Ruby Java C# C++ Python Perl Visual Basic Object-Orientation Pure Pure Pure Hybrid Hybrid Hybrid / Multi-Paradigm Hybrid Add-On / Hybrid Partial Support Static / Dynamic Typing Static Dynamic Dynamic Static Static Static Dynamic Dynamic Static Generic Classes Yes N/A N/A No No Yes N/A N/A No Inheritance Multiple Single Single class, multiple "mixins" Single class, multiple interfaces Single class, multiple interfaces Multiple Multiple Multiple None Feature Renaming Yes No Yes No No No No No No Method Overloading No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No Operator Overloading Yes Yes?

132. Mx Extensions For Python
The mx Extensions for python are a collection of professional quality python software tools which enhance python's usability in many important areas such as ODBC database connectivity, fast text processing, date/time processing and web site programming. mx Extensions for Python
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    The mx Extensions for Python are a collection of professional quality Python software tools which enhance Python 's usability in many important areas such as ODBC database connectivity, fast text processing, date/time processing and web site programming. The tools have a proven record of being portable across many Unix and Windows platforms, e.g. you can write applications which use an ODBC database on Windows which then run on Unix platforms without change due to the consistent platforms independent interfaces. All of the available packages have shown their stability and usefulness in many mission critical applications and various commercial settings all around the world. The two most well-known packages from the mx Extension Series are mxDateTime and mxODBC providing date/time services and professional ODBC database connectivity on practically all supported Python platforms. These two packages enable database software which is portable not only across platforms, but also across database backends.
    mxODBC, mxDateTime and all other mx packages are maintained by my new company

133. Boudewijn Rempt
GUI programming with python QT Edition. Boudewijn Rempt. Copyright ©2001 by Commandprompt, Inc. Copyright (c) 2001 by Command Prompt, Inc.

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Table of Contents Preface
Who is using PyQt For whom is this book intended How to read this book ... About the BlackAdder IDE
I. Introduction to the BlackAdder IDE
Installing BlackAdder Installing sip and PyQt without BlackAdder ... If all else fails
II. PyQt fundamentals
Qt Concepts
Python, Qt and PyQt As simple as they come ... Advanced Designer topics
III. Creating real applications with PyQt
Application Frameworks
Architecture: models, documents and views Macro languages ...
IV. Appendices
A. Reading the Qt Documentation B. PyQwt: Python Bindings for Qwt
NumPy PyQwt
C. First Steps with Sip
Introduction How sip works Creating .sip files ... Index List of Tables GUI Toolkits for Python Matrix of QObject combinations.

134. Musumeci, Antonio Salvatore Joseph
Get small_utils and rawview in C, BWNM and WNM in python, TAIM in g++, Matrix in QuickBasic, Visual Link 89 and Romdumper 8x 9x in PowerBasic.

135. Socket Programming HOWTO
programming sockets with python.
Socket Programming HOWTO
Socket Programming HOWTO
Gordon McMillan
Sockets are used nearly everywhere, but are one of the most severely misunderstood technologies around. This is a 10,000 foot overview of sockets. It's not really a tutorial - you'll still have work to do in getting things operational. It doesn't cover the fine points (and there are a lot of them), but I hope it will give you enough background to begin using them decently. This document is available from the Python HOWTO page at
1 Sockets
Sockets are used nearly everywhere, but are one of the most severely misunderstood technologies around. This is a 10,000 foot overview of sockets. It's not really a tutorial - you'll still have work to do in getting things working. It doesn't cover the fine points (and there are a lot of them), but I hope it will give you enough background to begin using them decently. I'm only going to talk about INET sockets, but they account for at least 99% of the sockets in use. And I'll only talk about STREAM sockets - unless you really know what you're doing (in which case this HOWTO isn't for you!), you'll get better behavior and performance from a STREAM socket than anything else. I will try to clear up the mystery of what a socket is, as well as some hints on how to work with blocking and non-blocking sockets. But I'll start by talking about blocking sockets. You'll need to know how they work before dealing with non-blocking sockets.

136. Using Mix-ins With Python
An explanation of the mixin programming style as applied in python.

137. Instant Hacking : Learn How To Program With Python
By Magnus Lie Hetland. Minimal, concise, general introduction to programming, via python, moves very quickly. English, Italian, Polish, Japanese, Serbian, Korean.
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Instant Hacking
[If you like this tutorial, please check out my book Practical Python This is a short introduction to the art of programming, with examples written in the programming language Python . (If you already know how to program, but want a short intro to Python, you may want to check out my article Instant Python .) This article has been translated into Italian Polish Japanese Serbian , and Brazilian Portuguese and is in the process of being translated into Korean. This page is not about breaking into other people's computer systems etc. I'm not into that sort of thing, so please don't email me about it. For more information about what hacking is really about, take a look at Note : To get the examples working properly, write the programs in a text file and then run that with the interpreter; do not try to run them directly in the interactive interpreter - not all of them will work. (Please don't ask me on details on this. Check the documentation or send an email to

138. What I Hate About Your Programming Language [May. 12, 2003]
Text treats general aspects of language choices, then compares hatred of Perl, python, Ruby, PHP, Java, C, C++, JavaScript, XSLT, SQL. With many forum comments.
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139. Ramu's Python Page
This page includes two modules one for simplifying CGI programming easier with python, and the other for Generating Dynamic Documents from Templates for python.
Ramu's Python page Bioinformatics related There are couple of modules I wrote in python. They can be useful to you. Checkout!

140. Easy Programming Languages TESOL SIG
In his 1999 DARPA funding proposal Computer programming for Everybody Guido vonRossum, the inventor of the programming language python and the winner of the
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"What would the world look like if users could program their own computer?" We're looking forward to a future where every computer user will be able to "open the hood" of their computer and make improvements to the applications inside"
Guido von Rossum, Computer Programming for Everybody, 1999 DARPA funding proposal
What if any English teacher could whip up a quick program to extract texts and activities to supplement the course textbook? Or draw a map of how the texts and activities used in a class relate to the syllabus, the targetted grammar, vocabulary, and language functions? What if any English teacher could create online or downloadable listening activities to be done by students at their leisure at home or at work before they came to class? Professor Tim John's program Keytexts is a good example of what could be done with a little knowledge of an easy to use language like Perl. Keytexts locates texts with a high density of a certain type of lexical item such as modal verbs., shopping language, or polite requests. A teacher could use such software to pick out texts that match the vocabulary area, grammar point, or pragmatic point being taught. Regular use of such a tool would help the teacher develop intuitions about the ways in which grammar constructions, lexical items, and pragmatic language functions co-occur. The

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