tony at tonyburrows.com
Sun Mar 26 17:32:40 CEST 2006
On Sun, 26 Mar 2006 17:19:35 +0200, Rene Pijlman wrote:
> Tony Burrows:
>>With something like Java I can find the syntax of a method call with no
>>problems, how do I do the same with Python?
> The basic syntax is just the name, with parameters in brakcets:
> object.method(par1, par2, ...)
> This is explained in the documentation, of course.
>>how do I find out what parameters are needed and what they represent?
> This is documented in the library reference:
> You can also query the module for its docstrings:
> Help on built-in function utime in module nt:
Wow! Thanks for that, I didn't know about the help command. The problem
was that things like MySQLdb wasn't in the link you give (or at least, I
couldn't find it - though poking around did take me to the database
section and there it was).
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