Re: Is there another Python User Manual
Tue, 03 May 1994 12:41:24 +0200

> I wonder if there is existing a more detailed User-Manual than the one
> which comes with the distribution. Well the original Manual is good for
> getting started but after the first steps I do reach the end of it.

Currently not... I guess when you've done the tutorial you can start
reading the library manual and the reference manual and then the
source code, but that's about it. Oh, the collected postings of Tim
Peters and Steve Majewski and a few others (available from the mailing
list / newsgroup archives) also add valuable knowledge.

> Something like the camel-book for perl would be great.

Now that you mention it... Mark Lutz and I have decided to go and
write such a book on Python. For now, that's about all that I can

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