scarblac at pino.selwerd.nl
Wed Mar 21 21:29:12 CET 2001
Benjamin.Altman <ben at .> wrote in comp.lang.python:
> 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"?
I thought Learning Python was a very good introduction, I was a CS student
with experience in several languages. There are a few things to you need to
"get" once about Python, and the book explains them well. It doesn't go very
deep, but then, there's not that much to know, Python is simplicity.
Programming Python I found a bit chaotic, never really used it much.
Don't know Core Python Programming.
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