By David Ascher, Alex Martelli, Anna Ravenscroft Updated for Python , The Python Cookbook, 2nd Edition offers a wealth of useful code for all Python. Python Cookbook has ratings and 10 reviews. Sean said: Lots of practical recipes for using Python more effectively. Just to clarify for certain of. Media, Inc. Python Cookbook, the image of a springhaas, and related .. of the prior edition, Alex Martelli, Anna Ravenscroft, and David Ascher.
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Razumikhin rated it really cokbook it Jan 03, The Python Cookbook is a collection of problems, solutions, and practical examples for Python programmers, written marte,li Python programmers. May 29, Bill rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Processes, Threads, and Synchronization 9. Yogesh Dwivedi rated it really liked it Jul 28, Good cross-referencing and encouragement to refer to material in related chapters.
Like its predecessor, the new edition provides solutions to problems that Python programmers face everyday.
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Books by Alex Martelli. This book contains over recipes on the following topics:. Seit ich das Buch habe, liegt es beim Programmieren meist offen neben mir. Descriptors, Decorators, and Metaclasses; Even though it’s intended for experienced developers, it helped me understand some of the tricky issues that I was running into just starting out.
Anna Ravenscroft has a background in ptthon and mentoring, particularly in office technologies.
Python Cookbook, 2nd Edition
Mehdi rated it liked it Aug 24, Thanks for telling us about the problem. Here’s a list of additional topics covered: This book contains the Abhiram rated it it was amazing Dec 09, Matt Cline rated it liked it Feb 22, Oct 10, Chris Sosa rated it liked it. Not for beginners, but a great reference book.
In addition, he co-wrote Learning Python both editions and serves as a director of the Python Software Foundation.
Preview — Python Cookbook by Alex Martelli. David Ascher is the lead for Python projects at ActiveState, including Komodo, ActiveState’s integrated martelll environment written mostly in Python. David holds a B.
This book is a treasure trove of useful code for all Python programmers, from novices to advanced practitioners, with contributions from such Python luminaries as Martslli Van Rossum, David Ascher, Tim Peters, Paul Prescod, Mark Hammond, and Alex Martelli, as well as over other Python programmers.
Debugging and Testing 8.
Queue as a Priority Queue 9. Quite an old edition, but still a relevant and invaluable Python resource. Nevertheless it’s a great resource, and I think the recipes here are a mratelli higher quality than some of the other O’Reilly Cookbook titles.
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I’m glad to be done with this for now, as I am with most books intended for reference use that I try reading cover to cover. Plus I have to recommend this because recipe 7.
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