[BangPypers] Python 2.x Vs 3 & Books - Frequently Asked Question but on latest context
vasudevram at gmail.com
Thu Aug 4 12:37:38 EDT 2016
Adding my 2c:
If you want to use Python 3 in a real life project and need to know if
some common libraries are ported to or available for it, google for
Python 3 wall of fame and see if it is in the list, and is green or
red, or marked in some other appropriate way.
I can't say about very recent books. But it you are okay with somewhat
older ones (still for the 2.6 or above series, and for the 3.1/3/3 or
above, and supplement with more recent online docs, then here are few
which are quite good:
Learning Python - Lutz
Programming Python - Lutz
Python in a Nutshell - Martelli
Python Essential Reference - Beazley
Python Cookbook - different sets of authors for 2nd and 3rd edition.
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