Python books?

Jim Hill jimhill at swcp.com
Thu Mar 15 03:27:03 CET 2007


wesley chun wrote:

>my book, Core Python Programming, is revised to 2.5, but focuses on
>teaching you the core part of the language, features, objects, memory
>management, development, good practices, some advanced topic coverage,
>and presents lots of exercises.  however, it is not an exhaustive
>guide to the standard library.

Sadly, the centerfolds were 'shopped and had bottle-bleached hair.

Wait, that was a different read.  CPP has been invaluable for me and I'd
recommend it for the OP even though it's not dedicated solely to the
PSL.  OK?


Jim
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