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  1. What’s New in Python 2.4 — Python 3.12.3 docume...

    Author, A.M. Kuchling,. This article explains the new features in Python 2.4.1, released on March 30, 2005. Python 2.4 is a medium-sized release. It doesn’t introduce as many changes as the radical...
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  2. Functional Programming HOWTO — Python 3.12.3 do...

    Author, A. M. Kuchling,, Release, 0.32,. In this document, we’ll take a tour of Python’s features suitable for implementing programs in a functional style. After an introduction to the concepts of ...
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  3. Library and Extension FAQ — Python 3.12.3 docum...

    Contents: Library and Extension FAQ- General Library Questions- How do I find a module or application to perform task X?, Where is the math.py (socket.py, regex.py, etc.) source file?, How do I mak...
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  4. xmlrpc.server — Basic XML-RPC servers — Python ...

    Source code: Lib/xmlrpc/server.py The xmlrpc.server module provides a basic server framework for XML-RPC servers written in Python. Servers can either be free standing, using SimpleXMLRPCServer, or...
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  5. linecache — Random access to text lines — Pytho...

    Source code: Lib/linecache.py The linecache module allows one to get any line from a Python source file, while attempting to optimize internally, using a cache, the common case where many lines are...
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  6. logging.config — Logging configuration — Python...

    Source code: Lib/logging/config.py Important: This page contains only reference information. For tutorials, please see Basic Tutorial, Advanced Tutorial, Logging Cookbook. This section describes th...
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  7. Design and History FAQ — Python 3.12.3 document...

    Contents: Design and History FAQ- Why does Python use indentation for grouping of statements?, Why am I getting strange results with simple arithmetic operations?, Why are floating-point calculatio...
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  8. 9. Classes — Python 3.12.3 documentation

    Classes provide a means of bundling data and functionality together. Creating a new class creates a new type of object, allowing new instances of that type to be made. Each class instance can have ...
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  9. xml.sax.saxutils — SAX Utilities — Python 3.12....

    Source code: Lib/xml/sax/saxutils.py The module xml.sax.saxutils contains a number of classes and functions that are commonly useful when creating SAX applications, either in direct use, or as base...
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  10. Security Considerations — Python 3.12.3 documen...

    The following modules have specific security considerations: base64: base64 security considerations in RFC 4648, cgi: CGI security considerations, hashlib: all constructors take a “usedforsecurity”...
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