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Python may also refer to:
In ancient Greece
- Python (mythology), serpent, the earth-dragon of Delphi
- Python of Aenus, student of Plato
- Python of Byzantium, orator, diplomat of Philip II of Macedon.
- Python of Catana, poet who accompanied Alexander the Great.
- Python (programming language), a computer programming language
- CPython, the reference implementation of the Python programming language
- Python, a native code compiler for CMU Common Lisp
- Python, the internal project name for the PERQ 3 computer workstation
In media and entertainment
- Python (film), a 2000 horror film by Richard Clabaugh
- Python II, the 2002 sequel to the above film
- Monty Python, a British comedy troupe
In roller coasters
- Python (Busch Gardens Tampa Bay), a defunct roller coaster at Busch Gardens Africa
- Python (Coney Island), a D.P.V. Rides designed Zyklon-style steel roller coaster that operated from 1996 to 1999 at Splash Zone Water Park but was relocated to Coney Island at the end of the 1999 season
- Python (Efteling), a roller coaster in Efteling, the Netherlands
In other uses
- Pyton, a Norwegian adult humour magazine
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