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From: loredo at spacenet.tn.cornell.edu (Tom Loredo)
Date: Mon, 05 Apr 1999 15:40:15 -0400
Subject: Python books
References: <Pine.GSO.4.05.9903301032180.27689-100000@ccsi.com> <7dtsa4$b6p$1@nnrp1.dejanews.com> <dozier-0104991624530001@client-151-200-124-135.bellatlantic.net> <7e0t19$1de$1@nnrp1.dejanews.com> <7e2vol$8c6$1@news1.rmi.net> <37090160.C52377BA@boi.hp.com>
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Bill Anderson wrote:
> So what other publisher has a Python book out, and what is the name of
> it?
You could of course find this out at python.org, but FWIW the answer is:
*Internet Programming With Python* which includes Mr. Python himself
in the author list. Despite its title, it has very good *general*
coverage of Python, including extending and embedding it; the
chapters on creating HTML documents and writing CGI scripts should
be viewed merely as nice examples showing off some of the capability
described more generally in the earlier chapters. I think the
title is a bit unfortunate.
-Tom Loredo