A brief tutorial to iterators in Python. This was a talk at PyCarolinas 2012 in Chapel Hill, NC.
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days-spanish.txt
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fibogen.py
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README.rst

PyCarolinas Iterators

This was a talk I gave at PyCarolinas 2012 in Chapel Hill.

The entire talk was a giant live demo, which I realize in retrospect was a bad idea. My speaker notes are in PyCarolinas Iterators.rst, and all the other files are the "slides" I used in my demo.

I used tmux to display them all in one terminal while I controlled the presentation from another. (When you see a C-j in the notes, that's a tmux key command. Your prefix key might be different -- the default is C-b.) To load everything into your tmux session, use C-j : to open a command prompt, and type in source-file tmux.conf. (The numbers in the notes only work if you only have one window open to begin with, which should contain a Python prompt.)

The talk's content is released under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license.