Python books?

BartlebyScrivener rpdooling at
Wed Mar 14 22:03:43 CET 2007

On Mar 14, 3:50 pm, a... at (Aahz) wrote:

> Some people prefer shorter books -- Python for Dummies (for new
> programmers) and Python in a Nutshell (for experienced programmers) both
> try to give a thorough survey of Python while keeping the book easy to
> carry.

And other people like lots of examples and code organized around
practical projects a person might like to accomplish using Python. The
Python Cookbook 2nd edition is great for this, and Martelli et al are
great writers, as well as great programmers.


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