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learning python part 3 (lists, dictionaries and tuples) - Python tutorial
In this tutorial i will try my best to go over lists, dictionaries and tuple. All of these are really powerful and shouldn't be looked over as they provide really useful tools that will speed up the coding process considerably. Let's get started then.
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