Observation on "Core Python Programming"

David Lees debl2NoSpam at verizon.net
Mon Oct 30 02:23:47 CET 2006


John Coleman wrote:
> Greetings,
>    My copy of the second edition of Chun's "Core Python Programming"
> just arrived from Amazon on Friday. What really jumped out at me is an
> interesting feature about how it sequences its topics, namely,
> (user-defined) functions are not introduced until chapter 11, fully 400
> pages into the book. This contrasts strongly with a traditional
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Pages 48-50 is a section titled: 'Functions' and he gives both a top 
level description and example.  True he does not have a chapter devoted 
to functions still page 400, but he does give examples of usage along 
the way.

david lees

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