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Python Win32 Programming

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I was wondering if anyone new some resources other than Mark Hammond & Andy Robinson's "Python Programming on Win32" for programming specifically named pipes for windows nt. I've been refering back to the "C" Documentation at the MSDN library but was hoping for more examples in python. I've searched on google and it seem all I get is pages from the book, and i've also searched gamedev. Also could you recommend a/some book(s) on this subject for C/C++. thank you in advance for any help.

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