[Tutor] A Newbie Printing Question

Christian Wyglendowski Christian.Wyglendowski at greenville.edu
Fri Apr 1 17:19:07 CEST 2005

> -----Original Message-----
> From: tutor-bounces at python.org 
> [mailto:tutor-bounces at python.org] On Behalf Of jfouhy at paradise.net.nz
> Quoting "Jacob S." <keridee at jayco.net>:
> > Cool! Does anybody know of... I guess a rather *thorough* 
> tutorial of
> > win32? for the very reason that I don't know that this 
> existed, and there may
> > be other things I can use that I'm missing...
> I don't know of anything online ... It seems a very 
> poorly-documented corner of
> Python.

Since the pywin32 stuff just wraps standard Win32 libraries for the most
part, the resources at MSDN (http://msdn.microsoft.com) are quite
helpful.  While it is not Python-specific, it would probably be
redundant to extensively document the pywin32 stuff with MSDN available.

> Oreilly have a book which may be of help to you if you do a 
> lot of programming
> on Windows: http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/pythonwin32/

I agree.  It is an older book, but I found it helpful.  I think I got it
used for $6 or $8 on Amazon.


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