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    New to forum

    Just saying hi to everyone. I am new to linux but started with computers back when we had the 286 and 386, my wife (xwife) was pretty mad when I came home with a DOS somputer and dot matrix printer lol pretty funny now... anyways wanting to get back into some programing probably this time in python and thought this forum might be some help and source of good informatin in the future.

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    Hi and welcome to the forum.

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    Wecome welcome, it's good to have you here.
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    Glad to have you join us. Good luck with your venture back into programming. What are you hoping to program?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MASONTX View Post
    Glad to have you join us. Good luck with your venture back into programming. What are you hoping to program?
    I would like to easily track my rerigerant usage. I repair air conditioning systems and would like to have printed reports of where the gas is going. Tghe older refrigerant (R-22) is becoming very expensive
    After that a program that helps track my service calls by date, customer, type, time, $ collected and parts used. The be able to arrange the data into weekly and monthly reports.
    My first program was a comparison of operational cost vs invesmnet cost of a new system vs repair cost and upkeep of the older one.

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