Python Documentation?

Daniel Smorey DSmorey at UnConundrum.com
Mon Sep 1 07:16:13 CEST 2003


Thanks for the reply, I'll have to try pydoc.  It definitely takes some
getting used to.  Perl is like this to a degree also, especially since
so many people have re-invented the wheel when it comes to modules.
But, it's still a lot more straight forward than searching for python
documentation.  lol

Thanks again...

Dan S.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Nick Welch [mailto:mack at incise.org]
> Sent: Monday, September 01, 2003 1:09 AM
> To: Daniel R. Smorey Jr.
> Cc: python-list at python.org
> Subject: Re: Python Documentation?
> 
> 
> pydoc is pretty nice, try "pydoc str", and then use / to search for
> "split".
> 
> As far as searching the online docs, it takes a little adaptation.  To
> look for str.split, I'd do a google "site:www.python.org built-in
> types", and then look for str, and then look at split.
> 
> And doing just that, and clicking once or twice, brought me to:
> 
> http://www.python.org/doc/current/lib/string-methods.html
> 
> Although I agree, it would be cool if the online 
> documentation supported
> such direct search methods as e.g. www.php.net/split.
> 
> -- 
> Nick Welch aka mackstann | mack @ incise.org | http://incise.org
> What is the difference between a Turing machine and the modern
> computer?  It's the same as that between Hillary's ascent of Everest
> and the establishment of a Hilton on its peak.
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