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<application>Dive Into Python</application> is a book for learning how to program in Python, aimed at programmers with some previous experience.
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Located in programming/C/programming.xml:25(para)
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<ulink url="apt:diveintopython">Install the <application>diveintopython</application> package</ulink>.
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Located in programming/C/programming.xml:28(para)
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To access the documentation, visit <ulink url="file:///usr/share/doc/diveintopython/html/toc/index.html">diveintopython</ulink>.
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Located in programming/C/programming.xml:31(para)
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<application>PyGTK Tutorial</application> is a tutorial on developing with the graphical toolkit often used for developing Ubuntu applications. It assumes that you have knowledge of Python but not necessarily GTK.
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Located in programming/C/programming.xml:37(para)
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<ulink url="apt:python-gtk2-tutorial">Install the <application>python-gtk2-tutorial</application> package</ulink>.
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Located in programming/C/programming.xml:41(para)
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Devhelp
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Located in programming/C/programming.xml:50(title)
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<application>Devhelp</application> is an application to read and search all of the documentation that you install.
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Located in programming/C/programming.xml:51(para)
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<ulink url="apt:devhelp">Install the <application>devhelp</application> package</ulink>.
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Located in programming/C/programming.xml:55(para)
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<ulink url="apt:build-essential">Install the <application>build-essential</application> package</ulink>.
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Located in programming/C/programming.xml:69(para)
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There are many tools available for C and C++ developers. Those wishing to develop graphical applications will find that choosing a graphical toolkit/platform will make development more convenient. The two most popular development platforms for Ubuntu are <quote>GTK/GNOME</quote> and <quote>Qt/KDE</quote>, each of which has its own set of tools and documentation.
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Located in programming/C/programming.xml:72(para)
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Contributors to this translation: Shunhsiung Shih, aeglos, hialan.