LINGUIST List 15.640

Thu Feb 19 2004

Qs: Syllable Coda Restrictions; Python Tutorials

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  1. Laurie Woods, Restrictions on Syllable Codas
  2. Michael A. Covington, Python tutorials for linguists

Message 1: Restrictions on Syllable Codas

Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 18:07:56 -0500 (EST)
From: Laurie Woods <lgw202nyu.edu>
Subject: Restrictions on Syllable Codas

I am looking for a language that restricts the segments allowed in the
coda to approximants, nasals, and coronal obstruents, banning labial
or dorsal obstruents from coda position. Please reply to me directly
if you are aware of such a language.
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Message 2: Python tutorials for linguists

Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 17:12:42 -0500
From: Michael A. Covington <mcuga.edu>
Subject: Python tutorials for linguists

What textbook or materials do people recommend for teaching Python
programming to linguists with no prior programming experience?
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