newbe question

Simon Brunning SBrunning at
Mon Jun 11 12:35:41 CEST 2001

> From:	scott snider [SMTP:kklzfan at]
> is there a good book or web site that explanes and
> teaches python in a step by step way so that when you
> are finished with the book or site you have a fully
> functioning program?
If you haven't programmed before, check out Alan Gauld's 'Learning to
Program' at <>. This teaches Python to
complete beginners.

If you have programmed before, try 'Dive into Python at

Links to *loads* of tutorials can be found at

And don't forget the Python tutor mailing list, at
<>. Well worth joining if you
are learning Python.

Simon Brunning
TriSystems Ltd.
sbrunning at

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