[Tutor] Where can I find simple python scripts to edit and play around?

bhaaluu bhaaluu at gmail.com
Wed Sep 26 22:07:28 CEST 2007


I guess you could start with those and see what you can find?
b h a a l u u at g m a i l dot c o m

On 9/26/07, Ulrich Holtzhausen <ulrich at lavabit.com> wrote:
> Well I guess the subject/topic here describes it all. I am looking for a
> nice collection of SIMPLE python scripts, IE: How to manipulate files,
> text, how to create a bot, how to work with socks...making a
> server/client, converting decimal to binary etc. etc. etc. Example
> scripts since I am having a difficulty creating these myself since I am
> struggling to adapt to using creativity at the moment. I know that
> creativity is everything in programming. I just lack some experience +
> knowledge (examples) of how things are done. If someone knows of some
> sites or collections of these kinds of things from where I can
> view/download code from (possible) real world example
> applications/scripts that would be great. I want to modify and play
> around and read/interpret/understand what I'm struggling to conjour.
> Thanks for any help and/or suggestions :)
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