[python-uk] Python Programming on Win32
Francis.Moore at shaws.co.uk
Tue Mar 2 09:16:18 EST 2004
I recently went into a bookshop in London (Blackwell's Charing X Road)
to look through 'Python Programming on Win32' by Mark Hammond and
Andy Robinson. Couldn't find it so asked an assistant whether it was
in stock or due to be ordered in. He looked it up on his screen and then
remarked that they probably wouldn't bother getting it in unless I
specifically ordered it as it was 4 years old and probably out of date.
So my question is, can anyone on this list actually recommend/not
recommend this book?
If not, are there any alternative references to help develop Python code
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