New to Python/Programming
lbates at swamisoft.com
Mon Aug 2 19:45:58 CEST 2004
Lots of online documentation and tutorials here:
If you are working on Windows, "Python Programming
on Win32" is a great book that has "Windows specific"
Monitoring this list and watching for "newbie"
questions is also beneficial as many will help
I found Python Bible by Brueck and Tanner to be
another excellent book (I purchased both books
at Books a Million).
"Mark" <m.tiesman1 at charter.net> wrote in message
news:10gsujk1og2gkbf at corp.supernews.com...
> Hello. I am new to programming and Python and was wondering if someone
> could help get me started. I picked Python to start learning to prgram
> because of some things I have read about it (easy to learn, object
> oriented, clear syntax, etc...). Can anyone assist in getting me
> started with learning to program and Python? Recommended reading
> material? Online tutorials? Recommended development tools (wxpython,
> pythonwin, etc...)? I am a network admin by trade and have done little
> programming except for the occasional script or router config. this is
> something that has always interested me, but don't have the time to take
> any formal classes. Thanks for the help.
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