Python Programming Books?

Rony Steelandt bucodi at yahoo.fr.invalid
Wed May 24 14:39:37 CEST 2006


1.Python for Dummies
 Maruch Stef;Maruch Aahz - Hungry Minds Inc,U.S. - 408 pages - 08 2006

2.Programming Python
 Lutz Mark - O Reilly - 1256 pages - 07 2006

3.Core Python Programming
 Chun Wesley J - Peachpit Press - 07 2006

4.Python
 Fehily Chris - Peachpit Press - 05 2006

5.Python Essential Reference
 Beazley David - Sams - 03 2006

6.Python Power!
 Thomson Course Technology Ptr Development - Course Technology Ptr - 03 
2006

7.The Book of Python
 Goebel J - No Starch Press - 1200 pages - 03 2006

8.Python Scripting for Computational Science
 Langtangen Hans P. - Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. 
K - 750 pages - 12 2005

9.WxPython in Action
 Rappin Noel;Dunn Robin - O Reilly USA - 12 2005

10.Python Programming for Gaming
 Dawson R. - Course Technology - 11 2005


11.Python Programming for the Absolute Beginner
 Dawson Michael - Premier Press - 10 2005

> I have been getting ready to learn programming for a long time,
> installed a GNU/Linux operating system, learnt the ins and outs but I
> think it is time to pick up a book and learn to now program.
>
> I have never actually programmed before only dabbed into XHTML so do
> take it in mind that I need a book that could slowly progress me into
> the fundamentals of programming.
> I chose Python as my first programming language from hearing the praise
> it got for elegant design and mainly the managment of the excessive
> underlingy pins of machine resources and for it to teach you the
> creative parts.
>
> So now i'm hear to use all of your collective expertise for the ideal
> book for a beginning programming who want's to start with python.
>
> Your help is greatly appreciated.


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