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Sat Dec 8 14:25:45 EST 2001
The follwing book uses the development a finacial package as the basis for
learning Python -
It is Mark Hammond's book "Python Programming on Win32" - just excellent and
provides a good overview of Python tools
"(Five Fresh) Fish" <root at 127.0.0.1> wrote in message
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> On Fri, 7 Dec 2001 15:12:46 -0600, Lewis Bergman
> <lbergman at abi.tconline.net> wrote:
> >I am working my way through the tutorial before working on a finance
> >I have scoured the site and found little in relation to finance and
> >The mail list mentioned on python.org is all but dead. I did find a
> >apps at the vault but no response has yet come from my inquires to them
> >a week ago).
> >Are there any fnance packages being worked on that anyone knows about?
> >something that I can at least get ideas from?
> >Thanks for the time.
> http://quantlib.org/ may be useful to you.
> If you're doing a general stock market analysis package, I'm interested.
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