Which book can be translated?
chatme at 263.net
Fri May 25 04:26:26 CEST 2001
-$Paul$- at verence.demon.co.uk (Paul Wright) wrote in message news:<9eju9k$6dj$1 at verence.demon.co.uk>...
> In article <ce82f84e.0105221624.3583c2c9 at posting.google.com>,
> limodou <chatme at 263.net> wrote:
> >I'm learning Python now, and I want to introduce it to my friends. But
> >many friends of mine know English little, so I wish to translate
> >Python books. But I don't know which book can be translated without
> >the trouble of copyright.
> >Can anybody give me a books list? Thanks.
> <http://www.livewires.org.uk/python/> has a beginners course in Python,
> written largely by Gareth McCaughan.
> You can translate the LiveWires stuff as long as you retain the
> licensing information on it. I believe someone's already translating it
> into Italian, though I'm not sure how far they've got.
Thanks a lot.
BTW, can I translate the book An Introduction to Tkinter? I'v contact
to the author Fredrik Lundh, but get no reply.
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