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978-1-56592-621-9 / 9781565926219

Python Programming on WIN32: Help for Windows Programmers

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Publisher:O'Reilly Media

Edition:Softcover

Language:French

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Python Programming on Win32 zeroes in on the strengths of the Python programming language for the Windows platform. If you would like to use Python on Windows with Office 2000, this book is a perfect choice forgetting started. While it's not an introduction to Python programming itself, the book does present some basic Python examples. (The authors do present an impressive list of real-world projects that have used Python successfully, including an application at NASA and a major Web search engine).

In lieu of a general language tour, this book centres on practical tips and examples for using Python on Windows, beginning with downloading and installing the free Python package. The most useful examples here present a Python library for general accounting objects. You'll learn how to write COM servers in Python and then how to script them in Visual Basic (used here to build user interfaces) and how to control Word and Excel with OLEAutomation in Python. One standout example looks at building and printing accounting reports in Office 2000 using Python as the script language.

Later sections look at other possibilities, including how to use Python's support for MFC to build user interfaces. A notable section here looks at Windows NT system administration in Python. Because of its built-in support for dictionaries, Python is a natural fit for working with users, groups, permissions and the like.

While Python's initial habitat may be UNIX, Python Programming on Win32 shows that this powerful and increasingly popular object- oriented language may find its next home on Windows. Provided you have some previous exposure to the language, this book is an excellent resource for using Python in a Windows setting. --Richard Dragan

Topics covered: Python programming quick-start, Windows Python basics, Python support for COM/DCOM, the Python win editor, Office 2000scripting, NT administration and system programming, Python MFC programming and Active Scripting.

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