Trying to understand Python objects

Aahz aahz at pythoncraft.com
Thu Nov 23 16:21:27 CET 2006


In article <1164206156.302934.183510 at b28g2000cwb.googlegroups.com>,
walterbyrd <walterbyrd at iname.com> wrote:
>
>Is there some book, or other reference, that explains of this? I was
>thinking about "Python for Dummies." The "Think like a Computer
>Scientist" book, and "Dive into Python" book don't seem to explain
>Python's object model clearly enough for me.

Speaking as the co-author of _Python for Dummies_, we certainly tried to
make much of this clear, but I haven't seen any reviews yet (partly our
fault for not getting out review copies).
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about it."  --Tim Peters on Python, 16 Sep 1993



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