chocolate at toblerone.yum
Wed Mar 21 20:35:02 CET 2001
Forget Learning Python? I think it's the best reference/tutorial around. I
use python once every couple months, and sometimes forget the simple python
syntax. The Learning Python book is great for getting up to speed fast, and
to look up common stuff. The other OReilly book (Programming Python) is
absolutely annoying to use. It's not even a good reference book (good luck
finding the info you want quickly). Don't know about the Prentice book.
"Simon Kesenci" <tomega at earthlink.net> wrote in message
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> If you know programming, forget _Learning_ _Python_. I tried
> _Python_ last year, but it covered version 1.3. A good book if they
> updated it since then. As a programmer, you should find the online
> tutorial easy and helpful <http://python.org/doc/current/tut/tut.html>.
> Benjamin.Altman wrote:
> > Hello. From the perspective of someone who already has programming
> > experience, would anyone know if O'reillys "Learning Python" book would
> > be better than say Prentice Hall's "Core Python Programming"? Or would
> > it be better to go straight into something like "Programming Python"?
> > Thanks,
> > Ben
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