Recommended Books/Resources for Python
tegskywalker at hotmail.com
Wed Mar 20 10:05:59 CET 2002
Hey all. Sorry if this sounds like a stupid question (new and want to learn
Python) but do any of you have any suggested books or readings on how to
learn Phython? I saw an O'Reilly book over at Amazon.com
(http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1565924649) and wasn't 100% sure if
this was a good source or not.
Here is another question. I see that Python is a multisource language
spanning different OSes like Windows, Linux, and Mactintosh like how Java
aims to be. If I were going to program something like an interactive CD and
wanted to give it to people to check out, would they have to have a Python
interpreter installed on their machine or will it run like a normal Windows
.exe file for example?
Any help is appreciated. Thanks for your time! :)
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