New Python book

Maurice LING mauriceling at
Fri Oct 7 12:29:56 CEST 2005

I had the opportunity to glance through the book in Borders yesterday. 
On the whole, I think it is well covered and is very readable. Perhaps I 
was looking for a specific aspect, and I find that threads did not get 
enough attention. Looking at the index pages, the topics on threads 
(about 4-5 pages) is mainly found in the context of GUI programming.


Dick Moores wrote:

> (Sorry, my previous post should not have had "Tutor" in the subject 
> header.)
> Magnus Lie Hetland's new book, _Beginning Python: From Novice to
> Professional_ was published by Apress on Sept. 26 (in the U.S.). My copy
> arrived in the mail a couple of days ago. Very much worth a look, IMHO.
> But what do the experts here think?
> <>
> Dick Moores
> rdm at

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