[Tutor] Programming Networking Software with Python

Kirby Urner urnerk@qwest.net
Fri, 30 Nov 2001 20:04:04 -0800

At 07:44 PM 11/30/2001 -0800, you wrote:
>Does anyone know of any good sites or tutorials that explain
>how to program internet/networking programs in Python.

Certain Python comes with batteries included.  The
Standard Library will do all that.

In addition to 'The Standard Python Library' by
Fredrik Lundh (latest version) I also think
'Python 2.1 Bible' by Dave Brueck and Stephen Tanner
(Hungry Minds, 2001) is one of the better ones, and
not cited nearly enough.

It has lots about doing internet stuff, plus multi-
threading, GUI widgets (both Tk and wxPython), XML,
pickling, extension modules and more.  It's friendly
in style and starts with the basics.

Like, a few times I've tried to get whoever maintains
http://www.amk.ca/bookstore/python.html to list it,
but to no avail.

Oh well.