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Text Processing in Python by David Mertz

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Text Processing in Python
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Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
ISBN/ASIN: 0321112547
ISBN-13: 9780321112545
Number of pages: 544

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The book describes techniques for manipulation of text using the Python programming language. Because Python is clear, expressive, and object-oriented it is a perfect language for doing text processing. This book is not a tutorial on Python. It has the goal to help the programmer get the job done pragmatically, and to give the reader an understanding of why something works.

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