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Python cheatsheets

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Curious if anyone has a python cheatsheet* published? I'm looking for
something that summarizes all commands/functions/attributes. Having
these printed on a 8" x 11" double-sided laminated paper is pretty
cool.

* cheatsheet probably isn't the right word, but you get the idea. :)
Jan 7 '07 #1
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gonzlobo kirjoitti:
Curious if anyone has a python cheatsheet* published? I'm looking for
something that summarizes all commands/functions/attributes. Having
these printed on a 8" x 11" double-sided laminated paper is pretty
cool.

* cheatsheet probably isn't the right word, but you get the idea. :)
http://rgruet.free.fr/

HTH,
Jussi
Jan 7 '07 #2

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gonzlobo wrote:
Curious if anyone has a python cheatsheet* published? I'm looking for
something that summarizes all commands/functions/attributes. Having
these printed on a 8" x 11" double-sided laminated paper is pretty
cool.

* cheatsheet probably isn't the right word, but you get the idea. :)
Richard Gruet publishes an excellent Quick Reference in multiple
formats, available from <http://rgruet.free.fr>.

-Martin

Jan 7 '07 #3

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gonzlobo wrote:
Curious if anyone has a python cheatsheet* published? I'm looking for
something that summarizes all commands/functions/attributes. Having
these printed on a 8" x 11" double-sided laminated paper is pretty
cool.

* cheatsheet probably isn't the right word, but you get the idea. :)
search: python quick reference

e.g.: http://www.benyoonline.com/pqr/pqr24/PQR2.4.html
Robert
Jan 7 '07 #4

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robert wrote:
gonzlobo wrote:
>Curious if anyone has a python cheatsheet* published? I'm looking for
something that summarizes all commands/functions/attributes. Having
these printed on a 8" x 11" double-sided laminated paper is pretty
cool.

* cheatsheet probably isn't the right word, but you get the idea. :)

search: python quick reference

e.g.: http://www.benyoonline.com/pqr/pqr24/PQR2.4.html
.... and be aware that the "quick" reference currently runs to seventeen
or eighteen sides ... it should really be renamed "comprehensive
reference", though it does currently omit the kitchenSink module :)

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Feb 6 '07 #5

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On Jan 7, 10:11 pm, Jussi Salmela <tiedon_j...@hotmail.comwrote:
gonzlobo kirjoitti:
Curious if anyone has a python cheatsheet* published? I'm looking for
something that summarizes all commands/functions/attributes. Having
these printed on a 8" x 11" double-sided laminated paper is pretty
cool.
* cheatsheet probably isn't the right word, but you get the idea. :)

http://rgruet.free.fr/
"cheatsheet"? That´s twice O´Reilly's "Python: Pocket Reference". ;-)

Feb 6 '07 #6

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On Jan 7, 10:03 pm, gonzlobo <gonzl...@gmail.comwrote:
Curious if anyone has a python cheatsheet* published? I'm looking for
something that summarizes all commands/functions/attributes. Having
these printed on a 8" x 11" double-sided laminated paper is pretty
cool.

* cheatsheet probably isn't the right word, but you get the idea. :)
http://www.onlamp.com/python/excerpt/PythonPocketRef/

Feb 6 '07 #7

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Bart Ogryczak wrote:
On Jan 7, 10:03 pm, gonzlobo <gonzl...@gmail.comwrote:
>Curious if anyone has a python cheatsheet* published? I'm looking for
something that summarizes all commands/functions/attributes. Having
these printed on a 8" x 11" double-sided laminated paper is pretty
cool.

* cheatsheet probably isn't the right word, but you get the idea. :)

http://www.onlamp.com/python/excerpt/PythonPocketRef/
<pub>
If you have a good color printer, try PQRC
http://www.limsi.fr/Individu/pointal/python/pqrc/
</pub>

But... it use more than a double-sided 8" x 11"...
Feb 6 '07 #8

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If you have a good color printer, try PQRChttp://www.limsi.fr/Individu/pointal/python/pqrc/

That is a very usefull document to use besides Richard Gruets quick
ref. The only disadvantage is that it's a PDF document, pity there's
no HTML version.

2B

Feb 6 '07 #9

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