[PyAR2] Learning Python

gslindstrom at gmail.com gslindstrom at gmail.com
Fri Nov 20 05:03:02 CET 2009

I have received 3 copies of O'Reilly's "Learning Python" (4th Edition).  
They are free to anyone who wants them with the only requirement being that  
you write a review for the O'Reilly web page (and our web page,  
eventually). This is a huge book (~1,200 pages) and covers virtually  
everything Python. I've used it already to bone up on modules and packages  
and I plan on reading up on iterators and generators as well as starting  
Python 3.

If you would like a copy of the book, please let me know. At the end of  
November I will take everyone and pick 3 at random (using Python, of  
course). This is a benefit of being in a User Group and I must emphasize  
that if you receive a book you must write a review. You don't have to read  
all 1,200 pages; pick the sections that interest you and go from there. I  
would love to have a river of books flowing through our group, but we must  
not abuse the privilege.

Many thanks to Marsee at O'Reilly!

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