hzhu at rocket.knowledgetrack.com
Mon May 15 21:43:02 CEST 2000
On Sun, 14 May 2000 18:58:55 GMT, Angela Campbell
<angela.campbell3 at sympatico.ca> wrote:
>Hello all you Python users,
>I am what you call a newbie or in my case some one who knows what varible,
>and other technical terms, but am still struggling at the programming part,
>But I need more info, but keep in mind I am fusy, in other words, no buying
>books! I much prefer on-line manuals (cheap) anyway help needed and I hope
>someone could e-mail me a tutorial, preferably NOT HOW TO USE IT AS A BLOODY
>CALC. I do know that much.
The pages of "Instant Python" (http://www.idi.ntnu.no/~mlh/python/instant.html)
are really great. It teaches the language in a few hours.
It touches upon data structures, flow controls, functions, classes, objects,
files, exceptions, modules and more, all with readable and do-as-you-learn
After that the online tutorial on www.python.org makes a lot sense.
After that you might go for the online module library reference.
Huaiyu Zhu hzhu at knowledgetrack.com
More information about the Python-list