suggestions between these two books
johnjsal at NOSPAMgmail.com
Wed Oct 26 17:38:50 CEST 2005
Thanks for the suggestions everyone. I should mention that I misspoke
when I said I'm new to programming. I've actually been learning C# for
the past few months, and I'm fairly familiar with a lot of programming
basics. I just wanted to make sure no one recommended an "Expert" level
Basically I'd like an intro to the Python language/syntax. I don't
necessarily need to know how everything works under the hood just yet.
It seems Learning Python might be good for that. I get the feeling that
Beginning Python starts out with the basics but quickly escalates.
rpdooling at gmail.com wrote:
> Many different opinions on books. But if you are learning programming
> and learning Python, you can't beat the online book: How To Think Like
> A Computer Scientist: Learning Pythong
> It's concise and well-written.
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