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alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Mon Feb 18 20:49:22 CET 2013
On 18/02/13 19:01, Matthew Ngaha wrote:
> initial files that come with Python? also the C code, where can i
> locate this?
Look in the python.org download page and you will find a link to the
source for that release. For 3.3 it's here:
Look at the first 3 bullets item under the Download header.
> is C something worth learning? why is Python code
> available in C?
Because the core Python language is written in C. And many of the
library modules have been written in C for performance reasons.
Its worth getting a basic understanding of C, enough to read
it if not enough to write it(much harder).
> seem to always point this out. Just out of curiousity what is a bag,
> stack or circular list?
Use Wikipedia, it will explain what these standard computer science
containers are and how they work. Wikipedia is a fantastic learning tool
for would be programmers.
> what is needed to create something like this?
Any general purpose programming language, such as Python.
> i sort of heard about a stack its a C/C++ thing i think?
No, its a computing thing. It can be done in any common
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