Book Recomendations

Micah Cowan micah at
Sun Mar 2 22:59:13 CET 2008

Tommy Nordgren <tommy.nordgren at> writes:

> On 2 mar 2008, at 01.56, Ira Solomon wrote:
>> I am an experienced programmer (40 years).  I've done Algol (if you've
>> heard of that you must be old too), PL/1, VB,VBA, a little C, and a
>> few other odd languages (e.g. Taskmate).
>> I'm interested in learning Python and have downloaded a slew of books.
>> Too many.
>> I'd like a recommendation as to which books are considered to be the
>> cream of the crop.
>> I know there are tutorials on the web, but, again, I don't know the
>> quality.  I would appreciate recommendations on those as well.
>> Thanks
>> Ira
>> -- 
> 	I would recommend "Programming Python", by Mark Lutz, from O'Reillys

Programming Python assumes you already have a working knowledge of
basic Python programming (that is, it assumes you've read Learning

Micah J. Cowan
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