Good book choice?

davisman tylerdavis15 at hotmail.com
Mon Sep 16 15:13:33 CEST 2002


If you want a book with the code included, buy "Programming with
Python" by Tim Altom and Mitch Chapman. This book includes a CD with
all the scripts used in the book, as well as many other programs such
as the Grail Internet Browser, which is written entirely in Python,
and as always, open source. Hope it helps!
-Ty
> ...  I am looking for a suited Python book. I'd like it to have
> > clear ideas about OO, as well as an straight pointing into the core
> > language.
> > 
> > It seems that 'Python Essential Reference (2nd Edition)' is a good
> > choice. There is also the book 'Making use of Python' (by Rashi
> > Gupta). Is there any user that bought both? Is it good the treatment
> > of OO in the former? Is there a lack of applications point of view in
> > the former? Could anybody compare them? pros/cons?
> > 
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Eva.



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