[Doc-SIG] Python documentation review (fwd)
Fred L. Drake, Jr.
Tue, 21 Mar 2000 12:38:00 -0500 (EST)
Ka-Ping Yee writes:
> I don't know if you wanted purely technical corrections or
> editorial revisions, but i've tried to keep the list down
All of the above! ;)
> to small things. Here we go. I'm going to use "-" and "+"
> to indicate suggested changes (before and after).
No need to change the HTML; I've got the translate back to latex
> I have also marked up these changes in the text itself. See
> and look for the little red marks.
This is pretty cool!
> 2.1.2 Interactive Mode
> use to keep example prompts on one line, as in:
Ok, I can do this (which actually surprises me!). Both places.
> 3.1.2 Strings
> example "Unlike a C string, Python strings cannot be changed."
> How about adding a suggestion of what you can do here?
Good idea; it'll be there, with your example.
I'll check the changes in when I've got my automounts working
The changes from your other message are already checked in; thanks!
Fred L. Drake, Jr. <fdrake at acm.org>
Corporation for National Research Initiatives