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Hi, Does anyone know where to find the handout used in Recitation 3? I can't read it on the video

MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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Did you download the course materials from the MIT site?
Yes. I can find the lecture handouts but not the recitations
Ah, then they probably do not have them available.

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Thanks anyway. I've found a thread on the youtube upload and nobody there seems to be able to find it either
What is worse is that MIT posted a reply there saying it is on the MIT site... but if you pull out just a bit of the code and do a text search through all the file on the site, you will not find the code from the recitations anywhere.

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