"Srijit Kumar Bhadra" <srijit at yahoo.com> writes:
> Hello,> I am quite familiar with Mark Hammond's win32all. It is excellent.> However, I wish that there was more documentation of win32all beyond> existing PyWin32.chm. I am aware of "Python Programming on Win32" but I> do not have access to it at present.
At least one chapter of PPW32 is available as sample chapter somewhere
on an OReilly site - but you should buy the book anyway imo. For the
windows api functions you should refer to Microsoft's docs at MSDN.