up to date books?

John Salerno johnjsal at NOSPAMgmail.com
Thu Aug 18 20:55:46 CEST 2005


Also, are Python and Ruby similar languages? Which would be better to learn?


John Salerno wrote:
> Thanks for the great replies everyone! "Learning Python" was my first 
> choice, but it was also the reason I asked about older books, since it's 
> from 2003. But it seems that isn't an issue, and I think that would be a 
> nice place to start.
> 
> Just one more quick question: I'm basically learning programming for 
> fun, and I'm concentrating on C# right now. Python seems interesting, 
> but I was wondering if I should even bother. Would it supplement C# in 
> any way, or can C# do everything Python can?
> 
> Thanks,
> John
> 
> John Salerno wrote:
> 
>> hi all. are there any recommendations for an intro book to python that 
>> is up-to-date for the latest version?
>>
>> would reading a book from a year or two ago cause me to miss much?
>>
>> thanks!



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