newbie

U. N. Owen electricity at uymail.com
Wed Aug 27 17:53:29 CEST 2003


You should have a look at the documentation
at www.python.org/doc, especially these
links "Tutorial", "Language Reference",
"Library Reference". It is very helpful to
try examples from this doc, or any example on
the web.

Then you can look at the files in python
library (.py files), and you'll find lots
of well written code.

I don't know if you are a newbie with Python
or with programming in general. In the latter
case, begin with small "challenges", like
simple arithmetic : fibonacci numbers,
factorization, etc. Arithmetic is full of
pretty easy algorithms.

Another idea: look for most important things,
like open/close a file, print a string,
convert between types (and what are the common
types).

I hope you will enjoy your Python learning !



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