Python Goldmine has been updated: http://preciseinfo.org/Convert/index_Convert_Python.html

tanix tanix at mongo.net
Mon Jan 11 20:52:02 CET 2010


In article <mailman.758.1263178849.28905.python-list at python.org>, Steve Holden <steve at holdenweb.com> wrote:
>Terry Reedy wrote:
>> On 1/8/2010 11:50 AM, tanix wrote:
>>> Python Goldmine collection contains the extensive collection of articles
>>> going back several years. It includes thousands of code
>>> examples and expert discussions on all major topics.
>>>
>>> The information is organized by relevant topics, covered
>>> by the corresponding chapters.
>>>
>>> The information was filtered with sophisticated filters and vast
>>> majority of artilces with little relevance have been filtered out.
>>>
>>> If you have any specific requests for some new chapters to be added
>>> and it is of interest to others, please post your requests on this
>>> thread.
>>>
>>> If anyone feels he has above average level of competence, or can
>>> reccommend someone who posts on this group, you may request to be
>>> included in the expert chapters.
>>>
>>> The Python Goldmine is at:
>>>
>>> http://preciseinfo.org/Convert/index_Convert_Python.html
>>>
>>> -- 
>>> Programmer's Goldmine collections:
>>>
>>> http://preciseinfo.org
>>>
>>> Tens of thousands of code examples and expert discussions on
>>> C++, MFC, VC, ATL, STL, templates, Java, Python, Javascript, PHP,
>>> organized by major topics of language, tools, methods, techniques.
>> 
>> This site pops up spam windowns. One was blocked, one managed to bypass
>> the popup blocker. Tnis is not friendly behaviour.
>> 
>> Some categories have 100s of entries. Better, I think, to use a search
>> engine such as  Google with more specific search terms and a snippet of
>> context for each result.
>> 
>Because I habitually run the NoScript extension to Firefox the popups
>didn't appear, but there didn't seem to be any original content on this
>site.

The site contains the selected articles from this group,
filtered with high precision filters.

> Google continues to be your friend.

>regards
> Steve

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http://preciseinfo.org

Tens of thousands of code examples and expert discussions on
C++, MFC, VC, ATL, STL, templates, Java, Python, Javascript, PHP,
organized by major topics of language, tools, methods, techniques.




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