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[Detailed Guide] Programming and You! - Python tutorial
This is an old guide I made about a year or so ago and today I have decided to clean it up a bit and make it better. This guide should go according to Python 2.6. I would update this guide but, I have not used Python since (Anyone wanting to alter this guide and make it compatible for 3.0 is welcome. Send me a PM with the changes and I will include credits).
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