Books on Python

Jeff McNeil jeff at jmcneil.net
Wed Nov 28 20:20:38 CET 2007


I've purchased a couple of books on Python and I keep going back to Python
in a Nutshell.  It's about the only printed text I keep on my desk all the
time.  It has a nice introduction to the language and includes the
specification, too.
If you're familiar with programming,
http://diveintopython.org/<http://diveintopython.org/> is
good (and it's free online if you don't want to spend the $ on the dead-tree
version).  I'm not sure how up to date it is, though.

Also, don't overlook the online tutorials. They're quite good.

On 11/28/07, shadowsithe at gmail.com <shadowsithe at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> On Nov 27, 10:05 pm, "barcaroller" <barcarol... at music.net> wrote:
> > Can someone kindly recommend some good books on the following:
> >
> >     Python for beginners
> >     Python for advanced users
> >
> > Is there a bible like Larry Wall's Programming Perl or Bjarne
> Stroustrup's
> > The C++ Programming Language?
>
> Python in a Nutshell is a very good reference.
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