Beginning with Python; the right choice?
Olivier.Darge at gmail.com
Sat Jun 27 10:32:55 CEST 2009
On 27 juin, 04:22, "sato.ph... at gmail.com" <sato.ph... at gmail.com>
> As you can imagine, I am new, both to this group and to Python. I
> have read various posts on the best book to buy or online tutorial to
> read and have started to go through them. I was wondering, as someone
> with virtually no programming experience (I am a photographer by
> trade), is Python the right language for me to try and learn?
> I do vaguely remember learning what I think was BASIC on some old
> Apple's back in elementary school (circa 1992). Would something like
> that (the name at least makes it SOUND easier) be more feasible?
> If I do choose to learn Python, are there any tutorials for the
> absolute beginner. I do not mean beginner to Python, but rather,
> beginner to programming. Someone who hasn't a clue what object
> oriented whatcha-ma-whoozit means. I ask again because I understand
> that content is always evolving and there might be new tutorials out
> -Daniel Sato
what is for you the purpose of learning programming ?
what do you want to do ?
at first glance, I think Python is a good choice for you, for its
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