books

Ruivaldo Neto ralobao at click21.com.br
Fri Jan 9 04:11:41 CET 2004


You can learn very well it from the web .. its my opinion, but people say that 
Learning python is the best.. and there is too the python bible

Em Sex 09 Jan 2004 00:55, Terry Carroll escreveu:
> On Thu, 08 Jan 2004 20:40:08 GMT, Thomas Mang <a9804814 at unet.univie.ac.at>
>
> wrote:
> >I have programmed mostly in C++ lately, and I want to start learning
> >Python now.
> >
> >Which books would you recommend to buy?
> >
> >I am both looking for an introduction into the language, as well as
> >complete guides.
>
> As an intro, I really liked O'Reilley's "Learning Python."  As a
> reference, I *really* like their "Python In A Nutshell."
>
> I didn't care much at all for their "Programming Python," but lots of
> people swear by it, so your milage may vary.

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RS: Ruivaldo Neto





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