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 * write "About these documents"
 * finish "Documenting Python"
 * extend copyright.rst
-* fix the "quadruple" index term
-* fix :file: and |version| in install
+* fix :file: and |version| in install

Doc-26/library/datatypes.rst

 types such as dates and times, fixed-type arrays, heap queues, synchronized
 queues, and sets.
 
+Python also provides some built-in data types, in particular,
+:class:`dict`, :class:`list`, :class:`set` (which along with
+:class:`frozenset`, replaces the deprecated :mod:`sets` module), and
+:class:`tuple`. The :class:`str` class can be used to handle binary data
+and 8-bit text, and the :class:`unicode` class to handle Unicode text.
+
 The following modules are documented in this chapter:
 
 

Doc-26/library/stdtypes.rst

 +------------------------------+--------------------------------+---------------------+
 
 .. index::
-   quadruple: operations on; mutable; sequence; types
    triple: operations on; sequence; types
    triple: operations on; list; type
    pair: subscript; assignment

Doc-26/library/strings.rst

 ***************
 
 The modules described in this chapter provide a wide range of string
-manipulation operations.  Here's an overview:
+manipulation operations.
+
+In addition, Python's built-in string classes support the sequence type
+methods described in the :ref:`typesseq` section, and also the
+string-specific methods described in the :ref:`string-methods` section.
+To output formatted strings use template strings or the ``%`` operator
+described in the :ref:`typesseq-strings` section.
 
 
 .. toctree::
    unicodedata.rst
    stringprep.rst
    fpformat.rst
-Information on the methods of string objects can be found in section
-:ref:`string-methods`, "String Methods."
 

Doc-3k/library/datatypes.rst

 types such as dates and times, fixed-type arrays, heap queues, synchronized
 queues, and sets.
 
+Python also provides some built-in data types, in particular,
+:class:`dict`, :class:`list`, :class:`set` and :class:`frozenset`, and
+:class:`tuple`.  The :class:`str` class can be used to handle binary data
+and 8-bit text, and the :class:`unicode` class to handle Unicode text.
+
 The following modules are documented in this chapter:
 
 

Doc-3k/library/index.rst

    :maxdepth: 2
 
    intro.rst
+   functions.rst
    constants.rst
-   exceptions.rst
-   functions.rst
    objects.rst
    stdtypes.rst
+   exceptions.rst
 
    strings.rst
    datatypes.rst

Doc-3k/library/stdtypes.rst

 +------------------------------+--------------------------------+---------------------+
 
 .. index::
-   quadruple: operations on; mutable; sequence; types
    triple: operations on; sequence; types
    triple: operations on; list; type
    pair: subscript; assignment

Doc-3k/library/strings.rst

 ***************
 
 The modules described in this chapter provide a wide range of string
-manipulation operations.  Here's an overview:
+manipulation operations.
+
+In addition, Python's built-in string classes support the sequence type
+methods described in the :ref:`typesseq` section, and also the
+string-specific methods described in the :ref:`string-methods` section.
+To output formatted strings use template strings or the ``%`` operator
+described in the :ref:`typesseq-strings` section.
 
 
 .. toctree::
    unicodedata.rst
    stringprep.rst
    fpformat.rst
-Information on the methods of string objects can be found in section
-:ref:`string-methods`, "String Methods."
 

sphinx/templates/modindex.html

    {%- endfor %}
    </div>
 {% endif %}
+{% if builder == 'web' %}
    <form class="pfform" action="" method="get">
      Show modules only available on these platforms:<br>
      {% for pl in platforms -%}
      {% endfor %}
      <input type="submit" value="Apply">
    </form>
+{% endif %}
 
    <table width="100%" class="indextable" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2">
    {%- for modname, collapse, cgroup, indent, fname, synops, pform in modindexentries %}
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