At this point we’ve already written some basic IronPython code. We’ve gotten input from the user, done some processing of that input, handled errors and exceptions gracefully, and provided output back to the user in a structured fashion. But we have only scratched the surface of working with IronPython. In this chapter we will expand our knowledge of strings, integers, floats, and other data types. We will also be introduced to object-oriented programming, and in the end we will build an object-oriented IronPython business solution. Welcome to Advanced IronPython!
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