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    Lightbulb Looking for a possible programming tutor

    I'm looking for someone that has at least 3 years in the Python language. I'm

    not new to programming, but I'm having a hard time grasping some concepts,

    and would like to have someone that I can talk to about such things, as well

    as help me on simple programs, then more complex programs dealing with

    sockets.

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    The tutor will need to have AIM or mIRC, and be willing to exchange code to

    help with any problems or ideas. I'm looking to pay 15.00 an hr payable by

    personal check or cash only. I run win xp pro. I'm not 100% sure if i want

    to do this, but i'm just putting it out there for those that are interested.

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    I can teach u

    Hello,
    I can help you for same.
    I am an Indian, and can help u learn.
    Please add me
    on AOL
    forchris81@aol.com
    cheers
    chris


    QUOTE=velious;585733]I'm looking for someone that has at least 3 years in the Python language. I'm

    not new to programming, but I'm having a hard time grasping some concepts,

    and would like to have someone that I can talk to about such things, as well

    as help me on simple programs, then more complex programs dealing with

    sockets.

    --

    The tutor will need to have AIM or mIRC, and be willing to exchange code to

    help with any problems or ideas. I'm looking to pay 15.00 an hr payable by

    personal check or cash only. I run win xp pro. I'm not 100% sure if i want

    to do this, but i'm just putting it out there for those that are interested.
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    bump ... python must not be too popular?.

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    I'll help you with PHP5, if you would "settle" for that, though considering the progress of PHP version 5 is equatable to python, and PHP6 will out do it entirely. I know some python, but not enough to teach it.


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