internet programming with python

TMGB bennettt at am.appstate.edu
Fri Aug 13 01:48:59 CEST 1999


Andrew Malcolmson wrote:
> 
> I also have it "Internet Programming with Python" and found it very good, fun
> to read, and probably a better book for a Python beginner than "Learning
> Python".  I hope it gets updated.
> 

> However, are you saying that there is something in it about using Python with
> Netscape Enterprise Server?  I didn't see anything there.

Check "Chapter Twelve: Embedding Python.." pages 425-443 is almost
completely about embedding Python with the Netscape Enterprise server
through Netscape's NSAPI.

Thomas


> 
> TMGB wrote:
> 
> > I just picked it up at Barnes and Noble where it retailed for $34.95 US
> > and is discounted to $17.48 US.  I feel sure that you can probably order
> > it from http://www.barnes&noble.com (not sure about URL).  The ISBN is
> > 1-55851-484-8 published by M&T Books a division of MIS:Press,
> > INC(http://www.mandt.com).  I'm not sure but I think some references are
> > to libraries that have now been updated or replaced but in general it
> > has been a very helpful introduction.  Especially interesting (to me),
> > if you have Netscape Enterprise Server, is embedding Python into
> > Netscape Server NSAPI.
> >
> > Thomas
> >
> > Vijay Mallela wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi,
> > > I am looking for the book "Internet programming with python". I need it
> > > at the earliest..
> > > I checked out amazon and other stores and they dont have it.. does any
> > > one know where I can get the book
> > > Thanks
> > > vijay
> >
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Thomas McMillan Grant Bennett           Appalachian State University
Computer Consultant II                  University Library
bennettt at am.appstate.edu               
http://www.library.appstate.edu/admin/
Voice:  828 262 6587			FAX:    828 262 3001

Windows 95 is a 32-bit extension to a 16-bit patch for an 8-bit
operating system that was originally coded for a 4-bit microprocessor.
 - Chris Dunphy     Boot Magazine




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