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Printing Text in Python - Part 2 - Python tutorial


"This tutorial will build on what you learned in Printing Text in Python - Part 1. For this tutorial I am using Python 2.6.4. You can get Python here. For instructions on opening up the Python IDLE, please see Part 1 of this tutorial."
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