I'd like to learn Python

David Lees debl2nonosmamywhammy at bellatlantic.net
Mon Aug 12 01:49:47 CEST 2002


Actually, Dive Into Python is probably not appropriate for a neophyte,
though it is certainly free and excellent.  The second line after the
title is: ""Python for experienced programmers".  You should take a look
at the links at http://www.python.org/doc/Newbies.html and choose the
ones you find appropriate.

david lees



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> It depends on where you are starting from.  For a neophyte programmer
> these two books are ideal - and free.
> 
> http://diveintopython.org/
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> http://www.greenteapress.com/thinkpython.html
> 
> I really like Lutz, Mark and David Ascher.  Learning Python.  O'Reilly.
> 1999.  There may be a later edition.
> 
> If you really want a physical book, you can't go wrong by browsing the
> shelves at a Barnes & Noble, Borders, or your local equivalent.
> 
>     Jim Jinkins



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