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4.1 Conclusion

Well there you have it. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for joining me in this journey and digging a little bit deeper under the surface of using the python programming language and some of the tools, within the standard library, to be able to handle data and work with data in a little bit more effective and efficient ways. When it comes to different types of collections, such as lists and dictionaries, and how to work with files in a very organized and structured way. Whether it's just reading and writing simple types of data to and from files or using complex data structures and persisting them to files using standard serialization libraries that really start to take your use and knowledge of the python language to the next level. So I hope you've enjoyed this course, I know I have. And if you're interested in learning more about the python programming language, as well as other libraries as well as the standard library, then definitely head over to tuts plus and read some more of the tutorials and courses that are continually coming out on the site. As we continue to build our library around python because it's a very useful, effective, and powerful language that more people should definitely be using for not only their day to day tasks, but for also those complex tasks out in the enterprise. So once again thank you very much, I'll see you next time.

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