Where are the Python Manuals

Is the instructional pdf the only reference for the scripting and Python code? Please email a link… thanks.

Python isn’t a language we invented or anything. There’s a ton of books and tutorials out there. I linked to a book in the other thread that covers Python 2.5.

There’s also wiki.python.org/moin/BeginnersGuide

You just need to get a grasp on the syntax from any of these sources.

No worries, trying to get a handle on this software, works great, but I think I need to brush up on some Python before I make a pitch.

Most things can be done without scripting. As a new user, if you find yourself writing a lot of script you’re probably going about things in a much more complicated way than you need to. Many first time users try scripting in cases where property binding and expressions work better. Most “mainstream” uses for scripting such as: Window Navigation, writing to properties or components, or performing actions on a button press can be accomplished with the graphical script builder that generates and maintains code for you. Whole projects can be completed with minimal scripting.

What are you trying to accomplish?

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