[Tutor] how to read a program

Anthony Parks abstractpoetry at gmail.com
Fri Jun 6 21:45:38 CEST 2008

ive been using diveintopython to learn how to write programs but i want to
sink my teeth into reading some bigger programs, to study them and maybe
pick up something new, especially  from programs where the development isn't
well document (unlike something like pidgin's development documentation
which is insanely detailed). are there any specific pieces of software
written in python you would recommend a novice to read? programs that
illustrate python at its finest, beautiful stretches of code? thanks for any

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