[docs] [issue22691] A Better Help File
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Wed Oct 22 07:23:04 CEST 2014
James added the comment:
Just the General Help that is in Python, doesn't really help. Here's what would help, if every Module, had an example in code of how it was used instead of the Trees. I mean, word trees, well that's what the writing reminds me of, is word trees like you'd produce in an English class. But, a short working piece of code, does allot more for me, than a lecture, you'd have to take a course to understand because of it's use of it's own writing style. It doesn't help to type help() and hit enter.
Honestly, the old old version of Quick Basic, that once came with every version of windows back in the 90s. It's help, is a template that I think Python, should follow.
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