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Brett g Porter
BgPorter at NOartlogicSPAM.com
Tue Nov 6 15:44:11 CET 2001
"Paul Rubin" <phr-n2001d at nightsong.com> wrote in message
news:7x3d3s8jo3.fsf at ruckus.brouhaha.com...
> "Kojo Duncan" <gyekye_7 at yahoo.com> writes:
> > Write a program that lists all prime numbers less than a prime number a
> > inputs. Post on site for all to see.
> Do your own homework ;-)
The unanticipated downside of Python being used more widely in education is
that c.l.py is going to start feeling a little like c.l.c++.
Except over there, the response would be filled with vitriol, not a smiley.
Kojo, the main python site has some excellent tutorials (including Guido's,
which should be most people's first stop). Paul Winkler has already pointed
you to "How to Think Like a Computer Scientist." Also check Mark Pilgrim's
site diveintopython.org -- in addition to his online book, he's got a great
list of links under the heading "Learn Python"
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