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(03-21-2018 08:43 AM)toml_12953 Wrote:  I've looked for more information on Casio Python but haven't been able to find any. Do you have a URL?
I haven't looked for resources written in English, but in French, there are TI-Planet topics, the first of which was linked by pier4r above, where critor details information found in, AFAICT, public information sources: https://ti-pla.net/t21189 , https://ti-pla.net/t21193 , https://ti-pla.net/t21198 (I used our URL shortener).

Bernard Parisse participates in that topic. He mentioned that only a subset of his efforts for integrating good Python compatibility in giac have reached the Prime's OS yet, and recommends testing giac's Python compat syntax code in xcas instead.
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