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Python Essential Reference (New Riders Professional Library)
Python Essential Reference (New Riders Professional Library)
von David M. Beazley
  Taschenbuch

4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen a must-have for python programmers, 10. Juli 2000
Let me put it this way - I carry this book to work everyday in my bag, because I don't want to be at home or at work without it.
This is an excellent specimen of a technical reference. Its organization and content are both superb. I have not yet found any errata.
Of course, the Amazon reviewer isn't sure that Python is a good language to work in, and if you agree, then this probably isn't the book for you. The little search box can help you find books about other languages that you do like. I don't recall a similar judgement about Lee et al's Java library reference, and find its inclusion here odd and unharmonious.


Python Annotated Archives, w. CD-ROM
Python Annotated Archives, w. CD-ROM
von Martin C. Brown
  Taschenbuch

1.0 von 5 Sternen constant errors and typos - do not buy this book, 6. Juni 2000
This book is filled with a vast array of errors. I began to catalog them so I could post a list on the web, but I gave up within 50 pages. The author apparently does not understand the algorithims of the code he purports to explain, and frequently his "explanations" only serve to mislead.
This book should be avoided by everyone. Beginning programmers will be totally confused. Beginning python programmers will be mislead and waste a lot of time. Persons coming to python with a solid background will also find themselves wasting time, but it will be venting their frustration at the author's breezy errors and the fact that they have given him money for this work.
Also the entire concept of editorial review seems to have been dismissed by this publisher.
I cannot stress enough how bad this book is. I recommend going with "Learning Python" for an introduction, or "Programming Python" by Mark Lutz if you want to really get into the meat of things.
This book is unacceptable at every level.


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