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Index for function definitions #21

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geanders opened this Issue Dec 31, 2015 · 3 comments

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geanders commented Dec 31, 2015

An index giving the page where each custom function is defined would be very useful in navigating the book, particularly the later chapters.

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pmbaumgartner Jan 3, 2016

Seconded. This particularly helps those of us using the book as reference, rather than going through in a linear fashion. Often times I'll attempt to go through a chapter only to find that a function I need is defined in an unknown previous chapter.

Some of this issue is solved by looking at the code on GitHub, where each program has the imports stated at the top, however this information is not made explicit in the book.

pmbaumgartner commented Jan 3, 2016

Seconded. This particularly helps those of us using the book as reference, rather than going through in a linear fashion. Often times I'll attempt to go through a chapter only to find that a function I need is defined in an unknown previous chapter.

Some of this issue is solved by looking at the code on GitHub, where each program has the imports stated at the top, however this information is not made explicit in the book.

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joelgrus Jan 5, 2016

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the things I do for you guys:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1mjGp94ehfxWOEaAFJsPiHqIeOioPH1vN1PdOE6v1az8/edit?usp=sharing

I'll think about an easier to use format

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joelgrus commented Jan 5, 2016

the things I do for you guys:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1mjGp94ehfxWOEaAFJsPiHqIeOioPH1vN1PdOE6v1az8/edit?usp=sharing

I'll think about an easier to use format

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Thank you! This is great.

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geanders commented Jan 6, 2016

Thank you! This is great.

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