This is one small snippet of after event usage. You could express if you find this kind of simple code to be usefull as snippet. Notice also vegaseat's sticky message threads in begining of Python forum in addition to code snippets.

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Greetings, I installed python3 on win7, and I would like to run the turtleDemo.py . But can't seem to get it going. Can anyone help? Thanks...vm

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Here version of TicTacToe demo [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/software-development/python/threads/357974/1526474#post1526474"]code by wooeee[/URL] with packing style, which is more familiar for me. Also fixed indents and made it run also with Python 3.

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hi all, I developed j2me, android and blackberry based applications. I need to showing the demo for clients through my own website. Is this possible for showing the demo using micro emulator through my website?. For example user can choose the both type of mobile and type of application and then see the demo on website. Like see this link, [url]http://www.microemu.org/demo.html[/url]. Give me some idea or any alternative ways for this?

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I am a budding game programmer trying to get into the industry programming for PS3, Xbox 360. The main problem I see is the need to demonstrate my skills to a potential employer, but without access to Dev kits for the PS3 or Xbox 360, doing this directly is impossible. My question is, what is the best alternative way to show console developers my skills? C++ programming in DirectX for Windows seems close to showing Xbox 360 programming skills, and C++ programming in OpenGL seems relatively close to showing PS3 programming skills. Unfortunately, it seems from web research as if …

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When the Resident Evil 5 demo was released on Xbox Live and managed to get itself downloaded a staggering 1.8 million times in the first week, well everyone pretty much thought that was one Xbox record that was not going to be broken any time soon. But that was before someone went and decided to get a Halo Wars demo out there to excite all [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry3755.html"]the Halo fans[/URL]. The 1.4GB demo appeared on the Xbox Live Marketplace during the day of February 5th, available as a free download for Xbox Live Gold members only for the first week. That did …

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