Best book on Python?

Maurice Ling mauriceling at acm.org
Mon Dec 13 01:19:40 CET 2004


Daniel Bickett wrote:

>>If the focus is only on printed books and there is some experience with
>>programming, "programming python" by Lutz from O'Reilly might be a good
>>one.
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>
>I saw that book today at Barnes and Noble, and found it curiously
>ironic that it had a very large mouse on the cover :) But maybe that's
>just me.
>
>Daniel Bickett
>
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>
Yes it is somewhat ironic. I do think that a snake or something closer 
to a long, tube-like, legless animal will be more suitable. I have 
absolutely no idea how animals are chosen in O'Reilly.

maurice

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