Newbie need's help & will give back what I can???

Michele Simionato mis6 at pitt.edu
Mon Jan 6 16:57:23 CET 2003


"Justin Shaw" <wyojustin at hotmail.com> wrote in message news:<tDOdnTBd18nKeYWjXTWc2Q at comcast.com>...
> <fcoldwat at tampabay.rr.com> wrote in message
> news:eB0S9.20176$Sa3.725600 at twister.tampabay.rr.com...
> > Hay this Shane.....
> >     Ive been a computer geek my whole life and know alot about them....I
>  had
> > a hard time in my life growing up and money problems...I have learnd all I
> > know up till now and need some help with programming...This is my problem,
>  I
> > cant memorize all the diffrent terms that are used or the format which the
> > language Python is in....Thats ok I will get with time,,I need some very
> > easy projects to start with is all....Just till I get used to all
>  this...And
> > yes this is my first time programming to...But im a quick learner and am
>  not
> > scared to jump into this...I jumped into redhat linux 7.2 and had no
>  problem
> > running it...Just was a new OS and had to get used to it...Send what you
>  can
> > to help me in anyway at redlinux293 at juno.com I will be so happy to see
> > somthing...This is my dream to program...I cant afford schooling and I
> > belive in freeware because I wouldent be whare im at with out it....Thank
> > you for reading this....I do need help to anything that will point me in
>  the
> > right direction of programming....
> >
> >
> 
> Shane,
> 
> Start here http://www.python.org/doc/current/tut/tut.html.  Work all of the
> examples on your computer while you read.  Then start small, write a
> function that sorts a list, one that prints the current time in English.
> Ask again if you run into any hurdles.
> 
> Justin

Much better if you start from http://www.python.org/doc/Newbies.html
And notice that there is a tutor mailing list.

        Michele




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