I am learning Python currently which wasn't part of my college curriculum. I was asked in an interview why I chose Python and I replied that it is easy to learn and the documentation is very well ...
I have found several functions in python 2.7.2 to be very useful and I recreated them in C++ for my own uses. How do I properly give python credit for them? Do I even have to? I never actually looked ...
I'm using a combination of docstrings and Sphinx to document my Python programs. With Sphinx's autodoc, I can write a lot of documentation into the source as docstrings. Is there any standard for ...
I have a couple of Python modules that are meant to be run as scripts. How should I write the docstrings at the module and function level to make it clear how to run and use the module?
Is there a tool like AsciiDoc or reStructuredText that is simple enough, like a standalone Python file, to be embedded in the repository of the associated project I'm writing documentation for? Assume ...