Python 2.6 Text Processing: Beginners Guide
This book is part of the Beginner's Guide series. Each chapter covers the steps for various tasks to process data followed by brief explanation of what is happening in each task. The explanation is followed by a few questions on the topic under discussion that will serve as a refresher course for you. This book is for people who have text in one format, and need it in another, as quickly as possible. You don't need any experience with text processing, but you will need some basic knowledge of Python.
- Electronic book text | 380 pages
- 14 Dec 2010
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Jeff McNeil
Jeff McNeil has been working in the Internet Services industry for over 10 years. He cut his teeth during the late 90's Internet boom and has been developing software for Unix and Unix-flavored systems ever since. Jeff has been a full-time Python developer for the better half of that time and has professional experience with a collection of other languages, including C, Java, and Perl. He takes an interest in systems administration and server automation problems. Jeff recently joined Google and has had the pleasure of working with some very talented individuals.