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Lecture 26: XML Processing and Python - Two Different XML Processing Models

Lecture 26: XML Processing and Python - Two Different XML Processing Models

This video was recorded at Stanford Engineering Everywhere CS107 - Programming Paradigms. It's pretty lightweight, but nonetheless, go to the discussion section tomorrow if you have any more curiosity about Python. I'm really regretting not having more time for Python because I think it's such a fun little language. But we've already learned all the paradigms that I wanna go over, so we're just looking at Python as a representative of all three of them. As far as the final exam is concerned, remember it's a week from today. I can't say it enough, but there's no Python on the final, but everything up to the last lecture of Scheme through the entire quarter is fair game. ... See the whole transcript at Programming Paradigms - Lecture 26

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