Programming Python 4th Edition?
ebonak at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 30 14:47:02 CEST 2009
Nick Craig-Wood wrote:
> I read Programming Python as an experienced programmer and like you I
> enjoyed the encyclopedic nature of it. So if it appeals to you I'd
> say go for it!
> The fact that it doesn't use the latest version of python isn't a
> problem - python doesn't change very quickly and emphasises backwards
> compatibility, even for the jump to 3.x.
Cool .. glad to hear that .. esp since all my other Python books are
even a bit more outdated :-) .. the only thing that I notice missing
is coverage of the subprocess module which I will be using a fair bit
I had a 40% off coupon for our local Borders, so I couldn't pass that
up to get myself a copy of this book. No regrets.
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