Learning Python using a book based on version 1.5
sentientholon at gmail.com
Wed Aug 22 22:36:07 CEST 2007
On Aug 22, 3:27 pm, "dogatemycompu... at gmail.com"
<dogatemycompu... at gmail.com> wrote:
> A friend of mine dropped off a copy of Sams Teach Yourself Python in
> 24 Hours published in 2000. I skimmed the first couple of chapters
> looking for the interpreter version and the book was based on version
> Python version 1.5.
> Is this book still relevant? Should I toss it and look for something
Yes, you should really toss it. I mean, sure, there's a lot of Python
1.5 that's still here, but there have been major changes in every
minor version since 2.0.
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