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Doc/lib/libcgi.tex

 \end{datadesc}
 
 \subsection{Example}
+\nodename{CGI Example}
 
 This example assumes that you have a WWW server up and running,
 e.g.\ NCSA's \code{httpd}.

Doc/lib/libfl.tex

 \code{foreground()} and to the FORMS routine \code{fl_init()}.
 
 \subsection{Functions Defined in Module \sectcode{fl}}
+\nodename{FL Functions}
 
 Module \code{fl} defines the following functions.  For more information
 about what they do, see the description of the equivalent C function

Doc/lib/libgl.tex

 \end{verbatim}\ecode
 
 \section{Standard Modules \sectcode{GL} and \sectcode{DEVICE}}
+\nodename{GL and DEVICE}
 \stmodindex{GL}
 \stmodindex{DEVICE}
 

Doc/lib/libhttplib.tex

 \end{funcdesc}
 
 \subsection{Example}
+\nodename{HTTP Example}
 
 Here is an example session:
 

Doc/lib/libprofile.tex

 
 
 \section{Introduction to the profiler}
+\nodename{Profiler Introduction}
 
 A \dfn{profiler} is a program that describes the run time performance
 of a program, providing a variety of statistics.  This documentation
 
 
 \section{How Is This Profiler Different From The Old Profiler?}
+\nodename{Profiler Changes}
 
 The big changes from old profiling module are that you get more
 information, and you pay less CPU time.  It's not a trade-off, it's a
 
 
 \section{What Is Deterministic Profiling?}
+\nodename{Deterministic Profiling}
 
 \dfn{Deterministic profiling} is meant to reflect the fact that all
 \dfn{function call}, \dfn{function return}, and \dfn{exception} events
 at this point, when a constant can be used.
 
 
-\section{Extensions - Deriving Better Profilers}
+\section{Extensions --- Deriving Better Profilers}
+\nodename{Profiler Extensions}
 
 The \code{Profile} class of module \code{profile} was written so that
 derived classes could be developed to extend the profiler.  Rather

Doc/lib/libstdwin.tex

 of STDWIN for C programmers (aforementioned CWI report).
 
 \subsection{Functions Defined in Module \sectcode{stdwin}}
+\nodename{STDWIN Functions}
 
 The following functions are defined in the \code{stdwin} module:
 
 \end{funcdesc}
 
 \subsection{Example}
-\nodename{Stdwin Example}
+\nodename{STDWIN Example}
 
 Here is a minimal example of using STDWIN in Python.
 It creates a window and draws the string ``Hello world'' in the top

Doc/lib/libtypes.tex

 % XXXJH exceptions: overflow (when? what operations?) zerodivision
 
 \subsubsection{Bit-string Operations on Integer Types}
+\nodename{Bit-string Operations}
 
 Plain and long integer types support additional operations that make
 sense only for bit-strings.  Negative numbers are treated as their 2's
 Modules are written like this: \code{<module 'sys'>}.
 
 \subsubsection{Classes and Class Instances}
+\nodename{Classes and Instances}
 % XXXJH cross ref here
 (See the Python Reference Manual for these.)
 

Doc/lib/libwww.tex

 \chapter{THE INTERNET AND THE WORLD-WIDE WEB}
+\nodename{Internet and WWW}
 \index{WWW}
 \index{Internet}
 \index{World-Wide Web}
 \end{datadesc}
 
 \subsection{Example}
+\nodename{CGI Example}
 
 This example assumes that you have a WWW server up and running,
 e.g.\ NCSA's \code{httpd}.
 \code{foreground()} and to the FORMS routine \code{fl_init()}.
 
 \subsection{Functions Defined in Module \sectcode{fl}}
+\nodename{FL Functions}
 
 Module \code{fl} defines the following functions.  For more information
 about what they do, see the description of the equivalent C function
 \end{verbatim}\ecode
 
 \section{Standard Modules \sectcode{GL} and \sectcode{DEVICE}}
+\nodename{GL and DEVICE}
 \stmodindex{GL}
 \stmodindex{DEVICE}
 

Doc/libhttplib.tex

 \end{funcdesc}
 
 \subsection{Example}
+\nodename{HTTP Example}
 
 Here is an example session:
 

Doc/libprofile.tex

 
 
 \section{Introduction to the profiler}
+\nodename{Profiler Introduction}
 
 A \dfn{profiler} is a program that describes the run time performance
 of a program, providing a variety of statistics.  This documentation
 
 
 \section{How Is This Profiler Different From The Old Profiler?}
+\nodename{Profiler Changes}
 
 The big changes from old profiling module are that you get more
 information, and you pay less CPU time.  It's not a trade-off, it's a
 
 
 \section{What Is Deterministic Profiling?}
+\nodename{Deterministic Profiling}
 
 \dfn{Deterministic profiling} is meant to reflect the fact that all
 \dfn{function call}, \dfn{function return}, and \dfn{exception} events
 at this point, when a constant can be used.
 
 
-\section{Extensions - Deriving Better Profilers}
+\section{Extensions --- Deriving Better Profilers}
+\nodename{Profiler Extensions}
 
 The \code{Profile} class of module \code{profile} was written so that
 derived classes could be developed to extend the profiler.  Rather

Doc/libstdwin.tex

 of STDWIN for C programmers (aforementioned CWI report).
 
 \subsection{Functions Defined in Module \sectcode{stdwin}}
+\nodename{STDWIN Functions}
 
 The following functions are defined in the \code{stdwin} module:
 
 \end{funcdesc}
 
 \subsection{Example}
-\nodename{Stdwin Example}
+\nodename{STDWIN Example}
 
 Here is a minimal example of using STDWIN in Python.
 It creates a window and draws the string ``Hello world'' in the top
 % XXXJH exceptions: overflow (when? what operations?) zerodivision
 
 \subsubsection{Bit-string Operations on Integer Types}
+\nodename{Bit-string Operations}
 
 Plain and long integer types support additional operations that make
 sense only for bit-strings.  Negative numbers are treated as their 2's
 Modules are written like this: \code{<module 'sys'>}.
 
 \subsubsection{Classes and Class Instances}
+\nodename{Classes and Instances}
 % XXXJH cross ref here
 (See the Python Reference Manual for these.)
 
 \chapter{THE INTERNET AND THE WORLD-WIDE WEB}
+\nodename{Internet and WWW}
 \index{WWW}
 \index{Internet}
 \index{World-Wide Web}