O'Reilly Python Books
scott_list at mischko.com
Tue Apr 15 22:10:11 CEST 2003
On Tuesday 15 April 2003 12:37, W S wrote:
> I find the material, as presented, in the book Programming Python
> frustrating and extremely difficult to understand.
> Are the nutshell and cookbook O'Reilly Python books easier to read?
> I'm fairly new to programming but trying to learn. I have read Learning
> Python, Core Python, Python Bible and a bunch of perl books
I read http://www.ibiblio.org/obp/thinkCSpy/ and went to Python Essential
Reference (New Riders).
I'm still working on OOP so I read the Tao of Objects. It's dated and
examples are in C++ and TurboPascal but I found the information useful.
Anyone else have good recommends regarding OOP books, especially focusing on
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