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Moreover, references are something like pointers (addresses) in a language such as C, except that you never process a reference by itself; Python always follows a reference to an object whenever the reference is used, so your program only deals with objects.


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  • from Learning Python
  • by David Ascher, Mark Lutz
  • Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc.
  • Released: April 1999


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