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Byte of Python v191

Byte of Python v191

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Published by: karthick-babla on Sep 16, 2009
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Juan Shen (orion-underscore-val-at-163-dot-com) has volunteered to translate the book to

Juan Shen - I am a postgraduate at Wireless Telecommunication Graduate
School, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China PR. My current research interest is
on the synchronization, channel estimation and multi-user detection of
multicarrier CDMA system. Python is my major programming language for daily
simulation and research job, with the help of Python Numeric, actually. I learned
Python just half a year before, but as you can see, it's really easy-understanding,
easy-to-use and productive. Just as what is ensured in Swaroop's book, 'It's my
favorite programming language now'.
'A Byte of Python' is my tutorial to learn Python. It's clear and effective to lead you into a
world of Python in the shortest time. It's not too long, but efficiently covers almost all
important things in Python. I think 'A Byte of Python' should be strongly recommendable for
newbies as their first Python tutorial. Just dedicate my translation to the potential millions
of Python users in China.

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