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X only Built-in Functions Python 2. In sum, this edition's coverage spans usage, language, and libraries: It's the most comprehensive and complete version of this book to date. MRO Example: X chained exceptions Class exceptions Python 2.
It's the most comprehensive and complete version of this book to date. As for its prior editions, this book is intended to serve as a quick reference supplement and companion to other books such as Learning Python , filling in the gaps in details omitted elsewhere.
Its dual-version coverage also provides a resource for programmers migrating to Python 3. X, now or in the future. Python Pocket Reference, 5th Edition is available in print, ebook, and online forms from bookstores and online retailers, including Amazon and O'Reilly.
For purchase options and links, please see the Purchase pointers page. O'Reilly's main web page for this book The book's official errata list at O'Reilly's site. Further book details: In sum, this edition's coverage spans usage, language, and libraries: X built-ins Commonly used standard library modules sys, os, re, [tT]kinter, pickling, threading, Table of Contents 1.
X byte and bytearray strings Unicode support in Python 2.
X keyword-only arguments Python 3. X function annotations lambda expressions Function defaults and attributes Function and method decorators The return Statement The yield Statement Generator function changes in Python 3.
X try statement forms The raise Statement Python 3. X chained exceptions Class exceptions Python 2.
Object Namespaces Unqualified Names: DFLR New-style classes: MRO Example: X only Methods in Python 2. X only Built-in Functions Python 2.
X Built-in Functions Python 3. X built-ins not supported by Python 2. X Python 2.