Python Books

SNYDER, BARRON F. (AIT) BARRON.F.SNYDER at msg.ameritech.com
Tue Nov 14 21:22:12 CET 2000


If you're interested in GUI for Python, I recommend "Python and Tkinter
Programming" by John E. Grayson (very helpful). "The Quick Python Book" by
Daryl Harms and Kenneth McDonald is another good book for intro/overview of
Python. It's more recent than "Learning Python" and complements the earlier
book well.

Barron



Simon Foster wrote:

>Anybody who would like to make any recommendation?
>
>I have "Learning Python" and "Programming Python on Win32"
>and was thinking of buying "Programming Python" by Mr. Lutz.
>
>Would this be a worthwhile purchase?  Is it worth waiting for
>the 2nd edition? (February?).
>
>Any other must-haves for bathtime browsing?





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