a python book hint

Nick Vargish nav+posts at bandersnatch.org
Wed Nov 12 20:23:32 CET 2003


Alex Martelli is too modest about his own book, so let me tout it
here... 

Python in a Nutshell is an excellent reference, with quite a bit of
expository material. It has examples, and details of how much of the
standard library works. If you're experienced with other languages, it
and the official tutorial should be more than enough to get you into
the swing of things. The tutorial can be found at:

    http://www.python.org/doc/current/tut/tut.html

The Python Cookbook (which Alex edited and contributed to) is still my
favorite Python book. It's chock-full of useful real-world
recipes. Many of them are quite mind-expanding, and demonstrate in
concrete ways how to get the most out of Python. 

Nick

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