Moving from Perl to Python

D-Man dsh8290 at rit.edu
Thu Dec 14 14:35:37 CET 2000


Just another opinion : I start with python by reading the tutorial on
www.python.org,  then when I need / want  a library function I just browse the
library reference.  It's great way to save money!

BTW, that was as a second year student in college and I never programmed before
my freshman year

:-)
-D

On Wed, 13 Dec 2000 10:40:04 Richard Zilavec wrote:
 | 
 | I just got back from two book stores, nothing on Python, I was
 | shocked!  So I went online and found a pile but I hate ordering
 | online, I like to browse through them first.  Anyways, I really like
 | O'Reilly books, is the Programming Python really advanced or is more
 | along the lines of the Programming Perl where it covers the basics to
 | advanced?
 | 
 | man python on my machine doesn't work, I'm assuming something is wrong
 | or maybe its a perldoc equivalent?  Where can I find the FAQs?
 | 
 | Thanks in advanced for any help or suggestions.
 | 
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 |  Richard Zilavec
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