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Thinking in Python by Bruce Eckel. A great deal of appreciation goes to the people who have participated in these seminars over the years, and to Larry and Bill, as they have helped me work through these ideas and to refine them. I hope to be able to continue to form and develop these kinds of ideas through this book and seminar for many years to come. This book will not stop here, either. So Thinking in Python is, initially, a translation of Thinking in Patterns with Java, rather than an introduction to Python there are already plenty of fine introductions to that superb language.
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