python book recommendations?
bronsn at homtail.com
Sat May 13 10:07:46 CEST 2000
Thank you for the help and direction. I'm not new to programming, but new
to OOP. I understand PERL, so my learning curve is small with Python. The
O'Reilly books are usually a little to referential, so the "Teach Yourself
Python..." book sounds appropriate.
Paul Winkler wrote in message <391CECAD.7FD241AF at yahoo.com>...
>"Snoopy :-))" wrote:
>> BTY: "Learning Python" is also a very good book, but as a Newbie I found
>> quite overwhealming, to the point, that I almost stopped learning Python.
>> On the Other hand I am very happy that I bought the "Teach Yourself
>> in 24hrs". I find it considerable easier to comprehend the concepts, etc.
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