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[Some sources to learn Python]

Python's a fairly straightforward language, and the available documentation at is good. If you have any programming experience at all, I don't think a course or a book is necessary to get you to the point where you're writing pretty sophisticated Python, and way more than enough to make a simple change in an existing program.

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