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FS: O'Reilly Python Pocket Reference

I am offering for sale a copy of O'Reilly's _Python Pocket Reference_.
It is the second edition, covering Python 2. It is in fine condition,
with no broken spine or dog-earned pages. One might even believe it
just came out of the bookstore. Asking price is US$4 plus shipping
(USPS Media Mail within the US, airmail internationally ), payable by
check or money order in the US, or Paypal elsewhere.

Christopher Culver
ch************* ***@yahoo.com

Jul 18 '05 #1
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On 2005-02-14, Christopher Culver <ch************ ****@yahoo.com> wrote:
I am offering for sale a copy of O'Reilly's _Python Pocket Reference_.
It is the second edition, covering Python 2. It is in fine condition,
with no broken spine or dog-earned pages. One might even believe it
just came out of the bookstore. Asking price is US$4 plus shipping

The 3rd edition is already out. Why not give your old one to a friend.

Dave Cook
Jul 18 '05 #2

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