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Python Quick Reference by Richard Gruet

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Python Quick Reference
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Number of pages: 42

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This reference covers invocation options, environment variables, lexical entities, basic types and their operations, advanced types, statements, iterators, generators, descriptors, decorators, built-in functions, built-in exceptions, standard methods & operators redefinition in user-created classes, important modules, list of modules in the base distribution, workspace exploration and idiom hints, python mode for emacs.

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