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The full set of format codes supported varies across platforms, because Python calls the platform C library's strftime() function, and platform variations are common. To see the full set of format codes supported on your platform, consult the strftime(3) documentation.




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The NEW Python Cheat Sheet links the documentation, cheat sheets, and key resources available for the most widely used Python packages into one meta-cheatsheet that illustrates the workflow.


Without argument, print the list of available commands. With a command asargument, print help about that command. help pdb displays the fulldocumentation (the docstring of the pdb module). Since the commandargument must be an identifier, help exec must be entered to get help onthe ! command.


Sooner or later you will want to structure your project documentation by having several RST files. The toctree directive allows you to insert other files within a RST file. The reason to use this directive is that RST does not have facilities to interconnect several documents, or split documents into multiple output files. The toctree directive looks like


You can also reference classes, modules, functions, etc that aredocumented using the sphinx autodoc facilites. For example,see the module matplotlib.backend_bases documentation, or theclass LocationEvent, or the methodmpl_connect().


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