1 | initial version |

(Preparsed) Sage code **is** essentially Python code... The difference are minor, and mostly introduced by the preparser or the use of Sage-specific functions. So pastong Python code in a Sage notebook should (mostly) work...

2 | No.2 Revision |

(Preparsed) Sage code **is** essentially Python code... The difference are minor, and mostly introduced by the preparser or the use of Sage-specific functions. So pastong Python code in a Sage notebook should (mostly) work...

This page may you give sime useful pointers...

3 | No.3 Revision |

(Preparsed) Sage code **is** essentially Python code... The difference are minor, and mostly introduced by the preparser or the use of Sage-specific functions. So ~~pastong ~~pasting Python code in a Sage notebook should (mostly) work...

This page may you give sime useful pointers...

4 | No.4 Revision |

(Preparsed) Sage code **is** essentially Python code... The difference are minor, and mostly introduced by the preparser or the use of Sage-specific functions. So pasting Python code in a Sage notebook should (mostly) work...

This page may you give ~~sime ~~some useful pointers...

5 | No.5 Revision |

(Preparsed) Sage code **is** essentially Python code... The difference are minor, and mostly introduced by the preparser or the use of Sage-specific functions. So pasting Python code in a Sage notebook should (mostly) work...

This page may give you ~~give ~~some useful pointers...

6 | No.6 Revision |

(Preparsed) Sage code **is** essentially Python code... The difference are minor, and mostly introduced by the preparser or the use of Sage-specific functions. So pasting Python code in a Sage notebook should (mostly) work...

This page may give you some useful ~~pointers...~~pointers... This document is a useful introduction.

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