[docs] Doc bug in Python Tutorial

James Rezende Piton - LNLS james at lnls.br
Wed Jul 25 17:07:17 CEST 2012


Sorry, forget that previous message. I have made a mistake by typing

>>> 'Isn\'t, she said.'
"Isn't, she said."

and then, without the ", the slash will be interpreted...

James


2012/7/24 James Rezende Piton - LNLS <james at lnls.br>:
> Hi,
>
> Today I started learning Python through the Tutorial and I found a mistake at
>
>        http://docs.python.org/tutorial/introduction.html
>
> Its 3.1.2 section (Strings) states:
>
>>>> '"Isn\'t," she said.'
> '"Isn\'t," she said.'
>
> But in fact, it should be:
>
>>>> '"Isn\'t," she said.'
> '"Isn't," she said.'
>
> as one could expect from the slashed apostrophe.
>
> Regards,
>
> James Piton (no, it's not a joke; my family beared the name 200 years
> before "Monty Python"!)
> Brazil


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