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Fri Oct 20 06:37:25 CEST 2000
"LONNIE" <LONNIET at PRODIGY.NET> wrote in message
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> I have been teaching myself python for about a month now for the simple
> reason that I have read alot of literature that says that its easy to jump
> from python to c++. I was just wondering if this was true also I have been
> teaching myself from online tutorials but I have been looking for a good
> book to go along with the literature that I have downloaded so far any
> suggestions would be nice.
C++ is just plain difficult. If C++ is your goal, either C or Java might be
a good intermediate language. Both are both simple enough for beginners to
learn (although not as simple as Python).
As for Python itself, you probably don't need a book on the language. You
should, however, get a good book on data structures and algorithms. I don't
know of any such book for Python, but there are several for C, C++, and
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