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Python in a Nutshell (In a Nutshell (O'Reilly)) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 28. Juli 2006

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This book offers Python programmers one place to look when they need help remembering or deciphering the syntax of this open source language and its many powerful but scantily documented modules. This comprehensive reference guide makes it easy to look up the most frequently needed information - not just about the Python language itself, but also the most frequently used parts of the standard library and the most important third-party extensions. Ask any Python aficionado and you'll hear that Python programmers have it all: an elegant object-oriented language with readable and maintainable syntax, that allows for easy integration with components in C, C++, Java, or C#, and an enormous collection of precoded standard library and third-party extension modules. Moreover, Python is easy to learn, yet powerful enough to take on the most ambitious programming challenges. But what Python programmers used to lack is a concise and clear reference resource, with the appropriate measure of guidance in how best to use Python's great power. "Python in a Nutshell" fills this need.

"Python in a Nutshell, Second Edition" covers more than the language itself; it also deals with the most frequently used parts of the standard library, and the most popular and important third party extensions. Revised and expanded for Python 2.5, this book now contains the gory details of Python's new subprocess module and breaking news about Microsoft's new IronPython project. Our "Nutshell" format fits Python perfectly by presenting the highlights of the most important modules and functions in its standard library, which cover over 90 per cent of your practical programming needs. This book includes: a fast-paced tutorial on the syntax of the Python language; an explanation of object-oriented programming in Python; coverage of iterators, generators, exceptions, modules, packages, strings, and regular expressions; a quick reference for Python's built-in types and functions and key modules; reference material on important third-party extensions, such as Numeric and Tkinter; information about extending and embedding Python. "Python in a Nutshell" provides a solid, no-nonsense quick reference to information that programmers rely on the most.

This book will immediately earn its place in any Python programmer's library.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Alex Martelli spent 8 years with IBM Research, winning three Outstanding Technical Achievement Awards. He then spent 13 as a Senior Software Consultant at think3 inc, developing libraries, network protocols, GUI engines, event frameworks, and web access frontends. He has also taught programming languages, development methods, and numerical computing at Ferrara University and other venues. He's a C++ MVP for Brainbench, and a member of the Python Software Foundation. He currently works for AB Strakt, a Python-centered software house in G teborg, Sweden, mostly by telecommuting from his home in Bologna, Italy. Alex's proudest achievement is the articles that appeared in Bridge World (January/February 2000), which were hailed as giant steps towards solving issues that had haunted contract bridge theoreticians for decades.


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Nach einer gewissen Python-freien Zeit fiel mir bei der Vorbereitung für ein aktuelles Projekt die aktuelle Ausgabe von 'Python in a Nutshell' in die Hände.

Zuerst das Positive: Durch die kurze, genaue, auf Programmierer ausgerichtete Darstellung der Sprache sowie der Standardlibrary und -module fiel mir die Wiederauffrischung von Python in kürzester Zeit besonders leicht.

Das Negative: Einige Aspekte (wie z.B. XML-Verarbeitung) werden zu knapp behandelt (wohl, weil bei O'Reilly dazu ein eigener Band existiert). Dies betrifft auch Nicht-Standard-Libraries wie z.B. wxPython, die nicht einmal erwähnt werden.

Doch zum reinen Python (sozusagen im Auslieferungszustand) hat Martelli eine hervorragende Referenz abgeliefert, die einen festen Platz auf meinem Schreibtisch inne hat.
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Generell stimme ich den anderen Rezensenten zu: Das Buch enthält hervorragende, knappe und klare Erklärungen zu Python. Es hätte von daher 5 Sterne verdient - wenn es denn einen Index hätte, der den Namen verdient. Leider hat es den nicht: Keine der Python-Standard-Funktionen oder Befehle sind im Index gelistet. Wer also herausfinden will, wie ein ihm bekannter befehl funktioniert, muss sich anhand des Inhaltsverzeichnisses zu orientieren versuchen. Als Nachschlagewerk für Fälle, in denen man schnell noch einmal wissen will, wie etwas geht, ist es damit nur sehr bedingt geeignet.
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Das Buch ist genau das, was der Untertitel verspricht: Ein Nachschlagewerk. Wer umfangreiche Erläuterungen erwartet, kann also nur enttäuscht werden - zum Erlernen von Python gibt es andere Bücher (sehr schön für naturwissenschftlich Interessierte: Python Scripting for Computational Science (Texts in Computational Science and Engineering)).
Ich finde das Buch übersichtlich und von genau der richtigen Kürze.
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HASH(0x95a5c39c) von 5 Sternen From zero to Pythonista in less than 700 pages 15. Oktober 2006
Von Giuseppe A. Paleologo - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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First, one caveat: before reading this book, get a feeling for Python from the official tutorial, and some of the excellent tutorials and book available online (e.g., parts of "Dive into Python"). The greater the experience you have with other languages, the shorter the warm-up period. Then, buy this book. The chapters on the language description and OOP are models of clarity and brevity, in any book/reference and any language. All the other chapters are extremely useful too. This book complements perfectly the official library and language references, and covers almost everything you will ever need. It truly is the ideal reference book, and an incredible value for the money. I just hope that Alex Martelli will keep future editions below 700 pages while adding material on other GUI frameworks and PyPy.
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HASH(0x95a5c5e8) von 5 Sternen Great python reference... 19. Februar 2007
Von Valerio Valerio - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Python in a Nutshell is a excellent reference book, all python programmer must have one in the desk.

The online documentation for the python language is good, but some times is difficult to search for a feature of the language, in this book is easy to find anything about python.

This book complements perfectly the official library and language references, and covers almost everything you will ever need.

I Learn python with this book, but i only recommend the book for people with knowledge of other programming language, if you are new in programming and wants to learn python this book is not good for you (try Learning python by David Ascher and Mark Lutz), if you already have programming skills this is the perfect book for learn python.

The author explain the language in a very simple way with good examples, and don't wast time explaining the basics of programming, the book starts with a introduction to the python language, in chapter 2 the author explain the installation of various python interpreters, from chapter 4 to 9 the author explain the core of the python language, in the rest of the book the author cover the python library and extensions modules, network and web programming with python and in the last section the author talk about the various ways of embedding and extending the python language, in my opinion the book is well written and very easy to read.

I highly recommend Python in a Nutshell, for all programmers who wants to start coding in python, and for all python programmers as a language reference.
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HASH(0x95a5c828) von 5 Sternen Python in a Nutshell 2nd Edition 31. Dezember 2007
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The author Alex Martelli is Uber Technical Lead at Google, Inc. Martelli holds a laurea in Ingegneria Elettronica from Bologna University. He wrote Python in a Nutshell two editions, and also co-edited the Python Cookbook. He's a member of the Python Software Foundation, and won the 2002 Activators' Choice Award. Martelli spent 8 years with IBM Research, earning three Outstanding Technical Achievement Awards, and on.

The book is a great reference and full of insights and good programming techniques. It moves pretty fast to make a good introductory book, but once one has a reasonable understanding of Python fundamentals, anyone wishing to advance their understanding and application of the language can benefit from Python in a Nutshell.

I found that this book has been able to cover every thing from fundamentals of the Python language to a comprehensive description of some of the more esoteric newer language features and at the same time address many of the applications of the language. The presentation style is clear and very readable with concise examples, and not full of extraneous fluff. The subjects are well laid out beginning with a swift comprehensive introduction to the language, and a good description of the basic elements including classes, methods exceptions, modules, decorators and built-ins. There are sections on the Python library and extension modules, Network and web programming including some discussion of some of the existing python web frame works and socket programming. There is material on extending and embedding Python and alternate ways to extend python beyond c-extensions. The book was released just prior to the final release of Python 2.5, but there is considerable material covering most if not all of the latest 2.5 features such as the with statement.

I have found Python in a nutshell 2nd edition a valuable learning tool and reference resource and would recommend it for anyone interested in using Python to its fullest.

Reviewed by Max Slimmer user and proponent of Python since release 1.3.
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HASH(0x95a5cb88) von 5 Sternen A Python Developer's Third Arm 7. Februar 2008
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'Python In A Nutshell' is one of those de facto standard O'Reilly books that is required reading/owning for anyone that develops in said language. In this case it's the long time popular scripting language Python. Originally released in 1991, this language has grown and expanded into the juggernaut it is today. With around 700 pages of material, this book will show you the ins and outs of everything yummy that Python can do. From the basics of talking about to define variables and create conditional statements to object oriented programming, you are going to quickly see why Python is popular and USABLE.

This book goes further than just a teaching book and/or just a language reference. It's meant to bridge both necessities as you learn to progam in Python or want to improve your existing skillset. With this book you will achieve all your Python goalssssssssssssssssssssss (pathetic snake joke attempt here)

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HASH(0x95a5cda4) von 5 Sternen Excellent Python Book - If only it was updated to 3.x :^( 7. Februar 2014
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The python community is quickly embracing python 3.x but this book is written for 2.x. I would still recommend this book because many of the explanations still apply to 3.x and best of all it is a very well written book and clearly organized. I saved some money and bought a used one. I have python books by Martelli, Lutz, Summerfield, Beazley, and Ceder. Why so many? I think its important to approach a subject from different conceptual angles to be able to master the subject. Which writer did I think was most effective at teaching the intended subject? 1.Beazley, 2. Martelli (very close) 3. Ceder...
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