[Tutor] py in a nut

Damien Gouteux damien.gouteux at gmail.com
Tue Oct 25 16:01:08 CEST 2005


In french, 'Python précis & concis', from O'Reilly is now out : from 
Mark Lutz, it covers python 2.4 (and decorators).
I assume there is a english edition of this book.

Frank Moore wrote:

>Kent Johnson wrote:
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>>Have you looked at Python Cookbook 2E? Chapter 19 is "Iterators and Generators". Chapter 20 is "Descriptors, Decorators and Metaclasses".
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>I have. But I'd rather have a complete book on these subjects ;-)
>I'm sure someone will write one in the end. Hopefully Alex Martelli 
>will. He currently runs a course on these subjects.
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>The reason I wrote to O'Reilly originally was because the 2nd Edition of 
>the 'Advanced Perl Programming' book had just come out and I noticed how 
>perl had so many books (almost 40) written about it but Python only had 
>9. An advanced Python book seemed to be the one that was so obviously 
>missing.
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>>This one is available:
>>http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/twistedadn/
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>I'm still waiting for O'Reilly to publish the Table of Contents so I can 
>see what's in it.
>As everyone else has noted, the cover is definitely one of their best.
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>Cheers,
>F.
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