|Programmer’s Python: Everything is Data (I/O Press)|
|Wednesday, 11 May 2022|
This book is part of a set of Something Completely Different books that look at what makes Python special and sets it apart from other programming languages. Mike James looks at how Python treats data in a distinctly Pythonic way, providing data objects that are very usable and very extensible. From the unlimited precision integers, referred to as bignums, through the choice of a list to play the role of the array, to the availability of the dictionary as a built-in data type, Python never fails to please and this book is what you need to help you make the most of these special features.
Author: Mike James
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