Good book choice?
Nicola.Musatti at ObjectWay.it
Mon Sep 16 07:56:30 EDT 2002
robin at execulink.com wrote:
> Can't help you with those, but have had luck with Learning Python
> (Mark Lutz & David Ascher, pub. O'Reilly), a great introduction to the
> language that doesn't pad out its length with stuff you can read in
> the reference documentation. I think it's the single-best Python book
> out there. So do the other developers I work with.
While this is definitely a good book, I feel it is a bit slow paced for
someone with programming experience. It is also based on a rather old
version of the language. I'm not sure whether a new edition is in the
works or not.
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