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Full Circle is a free,independent, magazinededicated to the Ubuntufamily of Linux operatingsystems. Each month, itcontains helpful how-toarticles and reader-submitted stories.Full Circle also features acompanion podcast, the FullCircle Podcast which coversthe magazine, along withother news of interest.
Welcome to another 'single-topic special'
In response to reader requests, we are assembling thecontent of some of our serialised articles into dedicatededitions.For now, this is a straight reprint of the series
'Programming in Python', Parts 17-21
from issues #43through #47; nothing fancy, just the facts.Please bear in mind the original publication date; currentversions of hardware and software may differ from thoseillustrated, so check your hardware and software versionsbefore attempting to emulate the tutorials in these specialeditions. You may have later versions of software installedor available in your distributions' repositories.