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Learning python part 5 (modules) - Python tutorial


Modules are a fantastic and easy tool to start using. They speed up the coding progress considerably if you're able to find the right modules. An example of this is a module i've been using alot recently, Pygame. What this module allows you to do is easy 2d game making. These modules are made to ease programming in python.
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