Python cookbook worth the money?
gumuz at looze.net
Tue Oct 22 17:37:51 CEST 2002
yep, it's worth every cent.
actually, these 'cookbook' kind of books are great anyways, given they're
properly written offcourse. The 'problem/solution/discussion' method used by
this book, combined with an excellent structure(see the index) makes this a
big help. It's fun to 'just' read it, but it will really prove itself
usefull when you actually _got_ a problem covered by this book.
and it's fun stuff to show off on one of your Python crusades :D
"Mario Wehbrink" <wehbrink at web.de> wrote in message
news:3db543a4$1_1 at news.uni-bielefeld.de...
> i am an medium experienced python programmer. I've read through
> "Learning Python" by Mark Lutz and D. Ascher and was quite happy with
> it. To get deeper into python i think about buying the above
> mentioned book (written by Alex Martell and David Ascher) from O'Reilly.
> Thanks for any hints
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