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From: ruebe at aachen.heimat.de (Christian Scholz)
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 1999 15:51:32 +0000
Subject: Designing Large Systems with Python
References: <m37lqz0yoa.fsf@solo.david-steuber.com> <372599D6.C156C996@pop.vet.uu.nl> <7g4a3l$atk$1@news.worldonline.nl>
Message-ID: <3725DD04.4452128F@aachen.heimat.de>
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Hi!
Ilja Heitlager wrote:
> > One other thing. Is the documentation that comes with Python
> > sufficient to gain mastery of the language, or should I consider
> > buying (yet) another book?
>
> The online-documentation and examples were sufficient for me, but I love
> paper refs and
> everbody should have Programming Python
Well, I found Programming Python a bit too narrating.. I usually just
want
a quick overview of function or who I do this or that. Thus the library
reference + the FAQ + The Python Quick Reference was quite enough for
me..
(There are some interesting boxes in Programming Python though).
But actually I also had programming experience before.
best,
Christian