OT: Python in a Nutshell

Discussion in 'Python' started by kbass, May 30, 2004.

  1. kbass

    kbass Guest

    Does anyone have an idea when the next release of the book, ' Python in a
    Nutshell' will come out? I am looking for reference material that covers
    Python 2.3 other than the online documentation. I also notice that Amazon
    and other book outlets have cut the price on this book so I am hoping that
    this is an indication that another book is coming out soon. Your thoughts.
    Thanks!

    kbass
     
    kbass, May 30, 2004
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  2. kbass

    Tony C Guest

    "kbass" <> wrote in message news:<XNruc.1996$>...
    > Does anyone have an idea when the next release of the book, ' Python in a
    > Nutshell' will come out? I am looking for reference material that covers
    > Python 2.3 other than the online documentation. I also notice that Amazon
    > and other book outlets have cut the price on this book so I am hoping that
    > this is an indication that another book is coming out soon. Your thoughts.
    > Thanks!
    >
    > kbass


    Python in a Nutshell DOES cover Python 2.3(but not exclusively), and
    often contrasts the differences between 2.2, and 2.3.
    (Take a look at the upper right corner of the book)

    Learning Python Second Edition (also from Oreilly) also covers Python
    2.3, and was just released in 2004
     
    Tony C, May 31, 2004
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  3. kbass

    Tony C Guest

    "kbass" <> wrote in message news:<XNruc.1996$>...
    > Does anyone have an idea when the next release of the book, ' Python in a
    > Nutshell' will come out? I am looking for reference material that covers
    > Python 2.3 other than the online documentation. I also notice that Amazon
    > and other book outlets have cut the price on this book so I am hoping that
    > this is an indication that another book is coming out soon. Your thoughts.
    > Thanks!
    >
    > kbass


    Python in a Nutshell DOES cover Python 2.3(but not exclusively), and
    often contrasts the differences between 2.2, and 2.3.
    (Take a look at the upper right corner of the book)

    Learning Python Second Edition (also from Oreilly) also covers Python
    2.3, and was just released in 2004
     
    Tony C, May 31, 2004
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