mention of books & extensions welcome, or...? (was Re: Scripting *of* Python)
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Sat Feb 1 12:25:09 CET 2003
Alex Martelli wrote:
> On Saturday 01 February 2003 11:46 am, holger krekel wrote:
> > Please understand that i just said
> > Anyway, I'd have prefered if you reacted to Nick instead
> > of pushing the case to all of "comp.lang.python" for judgement.
> > in my initial post. Does this imply "private reply" to you?
> Yes, that's how I read it: a preference for a private reply
> rather than a public post to the group.
The typical reaction to postings are follow-up postings.
But i can imagine that you read it otherwise.
However, I doubt that this was all just about parsing problems.
I tried to talk about behavioural aspects of objects^h^h^hsubjects
beeing involved. I'll leave thoughts and/or comments to others now
especially because you apparently don't see much sense in this thread.
And i don't want to prevent you from proofreading "Python in a nutshell"
which should be out in March, btw :-)
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