[Tutor] PyWin32 - Library of functions to interact with windows
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Fri Oct 16 09:57:45 CEST 2009
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> Date: Thu, 15 Oct 2009 09:35:30 +0100
> From: Tim Golden <mail at timgolden.me.uk>
> Cc: tutor at python.org
> Subject: Re: [Tutor] PyWin32 - Library of functions to interact with
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> Katt wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I am currently using WinXP and python 2.6.2
>> I just installed PyWin32 v214 for python 2.6 from the following link:
> [... snip lots of advice from other people ...]
> Hi, Katt. Thanks for posting back over here. I must admit,
> I hadn't realised you were posting to the tutor list when
> I answered your question originally. (I subscribe to several
> Python lists and they come into the same mailbox). I rather
> assumed you were an experienced programmer who just wanted
> this snippet of win32 info. I'd have been a bit more explanatory
> if I'd realised.
No harm done. No I can't imagine just asking for the code. I mean how
would I learn anything. I would rather struggle, then post the code that I
was trying and get nudged in the right direction. You learn more from your
failures than your successes.
> It looks like you've got some useful advice from other people
> which will hopefully take you somewhere, but some more general
> advice: it's always a good idea to explain what you're trying to
Yes, I got some great advice. I also like the fact that everyone tries to
point you in the right direction versus just giving you code. That helps me
as a beginner in providing me with new exercises which you don't find to
much of in the tutorials.
Thanks for the advice. I will try to be more verbose in the future in what I
am trying to do so I don't come off as an experienced programmer trying to
snag some free code.
Btw, I am just learning on my own not through any classes. So far I have
learned alot from two of the five tutorials that I have read so far(Josh
Cogliati's: Non-Programmer's Tutorial for Python and Alan Gauld's: Tutor -
May 27, 2007).
> Good luck and keep posting back here with questions if you
> have them
You bet. When I finish the date reminder program that I am working on I
will be asking about working with the EasyGUI and the pywin32.
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