Contains the text of a book describing interesting examples of Python programming for use in teaching. An alternate title was "The Python Teaching Cookbook".
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README

Contains the text of a book describing interesting examples of Python
programming for use in teaching.  An alternate title was "The Python
Teaching Cookbook".  The examples are written for Python 3 (3.2 was
used).

Requires Sphinx for formatting; once you have Sphinx installed, type
"make" to see the available targets in the Makefile.  "make html"
will create an HTML version of the book in the build/ directory.

The English text of this work is licensed under the Creative Commons
Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To view a
copy of this license, visit
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ or send a letter to
Creative Commons, 444 Castro Street, Suite 900, Mountain View,
California, 94041, USA.

Note that the license forbids publishing and selling the book, though
you're certainly free to print copies for your own private or
educational use.

If you wish to sell copies of the book or include partial sections of
the text in your own works made available under a different license,
please contact the author to request permission.  The software
programs are released under the MIT license, and you are free to use
or modify them in any way you like, including for commercial purposes
or in other documentation projects.

I haven't tried finding a publisher for this book yet, and it may
just remain web-only.

Please send questions, suggestions, and comments to <amk@amk.ca>.


A.M. Kuchling
amk@amk.ca