I'd like to learn Python
philh at nwlink.com
Sun Aug 11 22:04:32 CEST 2002
"krc" <krc at dr.com> wrote in message
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> I'd like to learn Python. I have very little prior programming
> experience, so please view me as a complete newbie to programming.
> I'm looking for a book or two. I don't want to buy the first book on
> Python I happen to stumble over: I reckon there's both good books and
> bad books on the subject, and I want a good one that teaches me good
> programming habits. If you could point me in direction of such, I'd be
> very thankful!
> Thank you and have a nice day!
> - krc
Although I have not read the book I did look through it quickly and decided
it was not bad. The book is "Learn to Progam Using Python: A Tutorial for
Hobbyists, Self-Starters, and All Who Want to Learn the Art of Computer
Programming" by Alan Gauld. Yes, it is a very long title but you can find
the book on Amazon and read more about it.
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