Python users

Simon Brunning SBrunning at
Wed Aug 22 10:27:23 CEST 2001

> From:	Kim C Tran [SMTP:KCT at]
> I'm really new to python language, where is the best place to learn ?? 
If you haven't programmed before, check out Alan Gauld's 'Learning to
Program' at <>, or 'How to think like a
Computer Scientist', at
<>. These are aimed at
teaching programming using Python to complete beginners.

If you have programmed before, try 'Dive into Python at
<> or the Python Tutorial at

Links to *loads* of tutorials can be found at

For anything else you want to know, the best place to start is
<http://www/python/org>, the home of Python. Here you will find an FAQ and
all the links you could possibly want.

And don't forget the Python tutor mailing list, at
<>. Well worth joining if you
are learning Python!
>  and where can I find the latest of Pythonwin for python2.1 ??
>, or for Python and PythonWin combined,

Simon Brunning
TriSystems Ltd.
sbrunning at

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