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Some small fixes #13

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myd7349 commented Sep 12, 2014

Good afternoon, my friend!

First of all, I want to say thanks to you for this great book. I think it is a good book for those who are looking for a beginner's tutorial for Python.

It is about two or there years ago, I think, when I first heard of this book. At that time, I am not able to read some book in English yet, so I got a chinese translation, which took me into the gate of Python programming.

Recently, I reread this book. This time, of course, the english version. I couldn't believe that I can read the whole book without my dictionary at hand. Of course, it all dues to your effort to make this book an easy-to-understand one.

When I was reading this book, I found several places in the book may omit one or two space characteres. So I try to fix them. Hope my work will be useful.

At last thanks again for creating this book and sharing it for free. Best wishes!

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Update modules.asciidoc
Dear friend:
    I found that 'dir('print')' in Python 3.4 will get the same output as 'dir(str)'. 'dir(print)', however, works well.

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Thank you @myd7349 for your kind words and contribution!

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swaroopch commented Sep 19, 2014

Thank you @myd7349 for your kind words and contribution!

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