Which Version for Absolut Beginner?

Gillou nospam at bigfoot.com
Sun Nov 25 20:11:35 CET 2001


Don't panic ;-)

You can use the latest stable "official" python from BeOpen (official)
http://www.python.org

The latest official release  +  nice Windows extensions and an IDE at
ActiveState in One dowload bundle.
http://www.activestate.com

Good tutorials can be read at /downloaded from:
http://diveintopython.org/

I dunno the O'Reilly book, but Python is very portable and most scripts for
python 1.5.2 work with python 2.1.1.

HTH

--Gillou

"Fred Flintsone" <__x__ll at yahoo.com> a écrit dans le message news:
3c013d0d.26717374 at news...
> Hi.  I went to the Python.org page to pick up a copy of Python, and
> was faced with a choice of which version I want to d/l.  As a rank
> beginner, does it matter?  I'll be working on a Windows ME machine.
> Between the O'Reilly book I just bought, and all those great looking
> tutorials, I'm anxious to dig in.
>
> Thanks.
> FF
> Please post any responses to this to this newsgroup.





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