the best book for learning python !?

python newbie mesteve_b at hotmail.com
Tue Feb 17 00:38:06 CET 2004


The new second edition of Learning Python is outstanding.  Not because of
the fact that it's recent (2004), but it just simply surpassed the first
edition in coverage.  Exceptions covered in 3 chapters, is one of my
personal reasons.

I actually put my Quick Python and Python in a Nutshell back on the
bookshelf, just for now, and stopped doing anything with my current Python
app (a backup program), until I've read this edition of L.P.  and inhaled
the concepts better.
You asked for books, specifically, so I won't mention the tutorials
available on the net.
Have fun,
Steve


"post400" <post400 at prontomail.com> wrote in message
news:b15d2792.0402161313.6902cc27 at posting.google.com...
> Hi ,
>
> I was just wondering ( yeah I know it's not the first time this
> question pops up )
> what would be the best 2 or 3 books for someone who wants to learn
> Python , already experienced in other non-OOP languages .It takes time
> to browse endlessly on the net , in a bookshop or a library for THOSE
> books that are really useful !
>
> Thanks ,
> post400





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