¡¶python in a nutshell¡·and¡¶programming python¡·

Joel Koltner zapwireDASHgroups at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 19 06:29:08 CEST 2008


"yps" <localyee at gmail.com> wrote in message news:g3cfhn$8g9$1 at news.cn99.com...
> as a new learner of python,which book in <python in a nutshell> and 
> <programming python> is more suitable?

I don't have "Python in a Nutshell," but let me ask... do you have a strong 
programming background in C++, Java, etc.?  If so, you'll probably find 
"Programming Python" a little too basic.

> and recommend several books?

For those with prior programming experience, I'd recomment "Python: Essential 
Reference."

"Python Pocket Reference" is worth having regardless of your background.  A 
similar document is the freely download quick reference here: 
http://rgruet.free.fr/#QuickRef

---Joel






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