The goal of this article is to show you that a lot can be accomplished using Python's standard library without ever learning control flow.
Now that we're comfortable with data types, I figured it was time to discuss one aspect of Python syntax: operators.
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In order to run Python code, we have to make use of the Python interpreter. Today, we'll learn more about how the interpreter works.
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