Best book on Python?

Jean Brouwers mrjean1ATcomcastDOTnet at no.spam.net
Thu Dec 16 21:18:05 CET 2004


The text of David Mertz' book is available on line at

<http://gnosis.cx/TPiP/>

/jean Brouwers


In article <32duenF3lnq93U1 at individual.net>, Mirko Zeibig
<mirko-lists at zeibig.net> wrote:

> Maurice LING said the following on 12/12/2004 11:13 PM:
> >>Google for Dive Into Python. Its a free online publication, see if is 
> >>any good for you.
> >>
> >>Cheers,
> > 
> > 
> > I like "Dive into Python" for the fact that it tends to explain examples 
> > line by line in an annotated form but it may just be my personal 
> > preference.
> I second this. Another one I like is "Textprocessing  in Python" by 
> "David Mertz".
> 
> > 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.
> So what, "Dive into Python" is available in a printed version as well 
> ;-) (e.g. 
> http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1590593561/103-2217423-3565410).
> 
> Regards
> Mirko



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