After several years of not programming much of anything, I have chosen to finally learn Python. I tried half-heartedly a few years ago. I wrongly understood it was like PHP and a natural for HTML. I read a couple of cheat sheets and tried to make a go of it. Sound torturous? That is how I had to learned my first programming language, Radio Shack Level II BASIC back in 1979. I had only a elementary manual on Level I, and then a command reference on Level II. I head to reason out not only how each command worked, but why you would use it. I've used that method for most of the languages I have learned, which is why I have always been a hobbyist programmer, and not an especially productive one. I soon learned with Python if I wanted to do websites, I needed to use Djanjo, a web library for Python. Those who know Python and Djanjo are probably moaning right now. Those two together are not a good first day in Python, yet that is what I tried to do. This time, I started with a co
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