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^{1} - Named after M.S. Delaney, who's work
[Del80] inspired the invention of
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^{2} - Python's
`range`function produces a list of consecutive integers. In particular,`range(n)`produces a list with first entry 0 and last entry*n*- 1, while`range(m,n)`produces one with first entry*m*and last entry*n*- 1. As in C, the double equal sign`==`tests for equality, while the single equal sign`=`is used for assignment..

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^{3} - In Python, lists are indexed starting with 0. Negative indices
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Author: Olaf Delgado-Friedrichs (odf at users.sourceforge.net) Date: July 28, 2005