should i or shouldnt i?
juergen0509 at web.de
Sun Mar 4 22:07:42 CET 2001
Fist take a look at the tutorial which comes with the python
When you still think that you need a book, I'm happy with the Quick
Python Book from Daryl Harms and Kenneth Mc Donald.
Also the is a online book Dive into Python from Mark Pilgrim
(www.diveintopython.org), which makes a good impression.
> i'm doing a course which revolves around smalltalk, but the pace is a bit slow for me.
> i was thinking of tackling another language to fill the hours and wondered about python.
> am i mad or would it be a good idea? what can python offer me? if theres 1 book to buy (ive already downloaded eckels book), which should it be?
> i run win98 and linux.
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