Starving for an Advanced Python Book

Willie Peloquin wpeloqui at ismi.net
Tue Apr 4 19:01:29 CEST 2000


Try "Python and Tkinter Programming" by John E. Grayson. It is an
excellent book, full of useful information on using Python in the real
world.

Willie Peloquin


In article <20000404040941.7766.qmail at web2106.mail.yahoo.com>,
lewst <lewst at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Having finished "Learning Python", I'm now looking for an advanced
> Python text. ORA's "Programming Python" is a natural choice, but I
> can't bear buying this outdated book when the 2nd edition is due out
> in a few months (I'm dying here Lutz, hurry it up already!). However,
> I really need something in the interim period. The library reference
> manual is fine but usage is difficult for me to figure out sometimes
> because there are very few examples included.
>
> Does anyone have any suggestions? I suppose I'm looking for a text
> that has examples of how to solve various kinds of programming
> problems in Python and also examples of code showing how the library
> and various modules actually work. How is the "Python Essential
> Reference" on examples? Is it just a rebinding of the python.org
> library reference
>
> Thank-you.
>
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