Python 2.0 book

Gilles Lenfant glenfant at nospam-e-pack.net
Tue Sep 12 02:24:51 CEST 2000


And with Python 4.0, just stay facing your screen and think broadly to what
you need and it will work ;o)
If you start, do like me (I was a full newbie 5 weeks ago) and use the
latest stable release (1.6). What you'll learn with it and your books will
not be lost.
Has someone heard of the 3.0 ?


"Sergo" <badman718 at yahoo.com> a écrit dans le message news:
uI87MbEHAHA.322 at cpmsnbbsa09...
>     I recently became interested in learning Python and just ordered
> "Learning Python", "Python Pocket Reference" - O'Reilly, and "Python
> Essential Reference" - New Riders.
>     Now I've learned that with Python 2.0 release, a lot of changes are
> going to be made to the language. So I'm wandering, should I return
> those books and wait for something more up to date and just stick to
> online tutorials and references, or are they still relevant to the 2.0
> release? I also read that with the future 3.0 release, its going to
> change so much that it will basicaly be a new language (true or not?).
>     So I am confused about the books.
>
>
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