Lecture 26: XML Processing and Python - Two Different XML Processing Models

author: Jerry Cain, Computer Science Department, Stanford University
published: Sept. 7, 2010,   recorded: April 2008,   views: 3442
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It's pretty lightweight, but nonetheless, go to the discussion section tomorrow if you have any more curiosity about Python. I'm really regretting not having more time for Python because I think it's such a fun little language. But we've already learned all the paradigms that I wanna go over, so we're just looking at Python as a representative of all three of them. As far as the final exam is concerned, remember it's a week from today. I can't say it enough, but there's no Python on the final, but everything up to the last lecture of Scheme through the entire quarter is fair game. ...

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Comment1 richmond levin, March 17, 2011 at 10:49 p.m.:

i didn't know what python was only it was instaled to my computer when i brought it , thank you your lecture was very informative in the future i will be using it to create a website instead of c++ as i was taught in medical school .

richmond levin

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