[Tutor] Version of a .pyc file
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Fri Apr 21 03:29:16 CEST 2006
Kent Johnson wrote:
> Don Taylor wrote:
>>Finally, are there any other possible file extension types that I should
>>be looking at?
> .pyo is like a .pyc but compiled with optimizations on.
No, I really meant a .pyd file which is Python's name for a .dll which
conforms to the Python requirements to be a Python extension written in
But, I should check my .pyo files as well so thanks for this.
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