Good book on Python?

Gonçalo Rodrigues op73418 at mail.telepac.pt
Sat Mar 16 01:07:40 CET 2002


On Fri, 15 Mar 2002 18:37:53 +0000, Chris <nospam@[127.0.0.1]> wrote:

>In article <a6r6tq$47e$1 at usenet.otenet.gr>, Kaklis Antonis 
><antoni3 at otenet.gr> writes
>>1) "Learning Python" --Mark Lutz & David Ascher
>>     Little old (covers Python1.5.2), but excellent for a begginer
>>2) "Core Python Programming" --Wesley J.Chun
>>     Details the core Python fundamentals and much more
>>3) And of course the Python tutorial
>>    http://www.python.org/doc/current/tut/
>>4)"How to think like a computer scientist in Python
>>      http://www.ibiblio.org/obp/thinkCSpy/
>
>
>Thank you.
>I downloaded number 4.
>However, it is in a strange form (Tex) for a windows user.
>Is it any use to me in that form?
>And can it be obtained in any other form?
>(It does look good.)

Tex is a markup language especially designed to compose scientifical
articles (mathematics, physics), it is not supposed to be viewed
directly.

I have that book in postscript format. And I think it is pretty good. I
can send it to you, if you can't find it.

Best,
Gonçalo Rodrigues




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