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Introduction I have written some classes in Python for reading Portable Document Format (PDF) files and interpreting their contents. They are somewhat incomplete, so are best used in an interactive Python session.
Out of date! This page is no longer updated. I've stopped maintaining pyPdf, and a company named Phaseit has forked the project and continued development and maintenance with my blessing as pyPdf2 ( http://knowah.github.com/PyPDF2/ ).
This page is intended to help the beginner get a handle on scipy and be productive with it as fast as possible. Python is a general purpose programming language. It is interpreted and dynamically typed and is very suited for interactive work and quick prototyping, while being powerful enough to write large applications in. Numpy is a language extension that defines the numerical array and matrix type and basic operations on them. Scipy is another language extension that uses numpy to do advanced math, signal processing, optimization, statistics and much more.
Parsing XML with SAX and Python (Page 1 of 7 ) This tutorial will explain how to parse an XML document using the SAX API implementation available for Python. Of course, there is more than one way to parse XML data with Python. In this article we will focus on its built-in SAX module.