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Re: Python's doc problems: sort

<xa****@gmail.comwrote in message
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I want to emphasize a point here, as i have done quite emphatically in
the past. The Python documentation, is the world's worst technical
writing. As far as technical writing goes, it is even worse than
Perl's in my opinion.
I think that this claim says more about its author than it does about its
subject.

Welcome to my killfile.
Jun 27 '08 #1
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"Andrew Koenig" <ar*@acm.orgwrote:
><xa****@gmail.comwrote in message
[Subject: Python's doc problems: sort]
>I want to emphasize a point here, as i have done quite emphatically in
the past. The Python documentation, is the world's worst technical
And WTF does Python documentation have to do with Perl of Lisp?

szr, do you still have any doubts about the nature of xahlee?
>Welcome to my killfile.
Done a long, long time ago.

Follow-up set.

jue
Jun 27 '08 #2
szr
Jürgen Exner wrote:
"Andrew Koenig" <ar*@acm.orgwrote:
><xa****@gmail.comwrote in message

[Subject: Python's doc problems: sort]
>>I want to emphasize a point here, as i have done quite emphatically
in the past. The Python documentation, is the world's worst
technical

And WTF does Python documentation have to do with Perl of Lisp?

szr, do you still have any doubts about the nature of xahlee?
I wasn't involved in this thread, but no, after that statement comparing
Perl's and Python's docs, I no doubts.

--
szr
Jun 27 '08 #3
szr
szr wrote:
Jürgen Exner wrote:
>"Andrew Koenig" <ar*@acm.orgwrote:
>><xa****@gmail.comwrote in message

[Subject: Python's doc problems: sort]
>>>I want to emphasize a point here, as i have done quite emphatically
in the past. The Python documentation, is the world's worst
technical

And WTF does Python documentation have to do with Perl of Lisp?

szr, do you still have any doubts about the nature of xahlee?

I wasn't involved in this thread, but no, after that statement
comparing Perl's and Python's docs, I no doubts.
* should have been, ", I have no doubts."

--
szr
Jun 27 '08 #4

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