looking for a book on python
tkjthingone at gmail.com
Fri Jun 26 21:22:09 EDT 2009
http://diveintopython.org/ - might be a good place to start.
There are also a bunch of free programming books (some related to python,
some not) to be found here:
http://www.e-booksdirectory.com/programming.php#python - How good these
books may or may not be is up to you to find out. Also, some uni's/collegs
have taken to posting videos of classes online, that you can watch for free.
An example would be: http://webcast.berkeley.edu/ - Go to courses, and then
'select semester' (upper right) and start looking through. Some years have
more programming classes than others. Not explicitly python, but programming
is programming is programming or something like that.
Should be enough to get you started :)
On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 5:48 PM, Randy Foiles <abuse at 127.0.0.1> wrote:
> Hello and thank you for taking your time to read this.
> I was interested in learning about python. In the long ago past I
> did learn some programing but I have not used any of it for years. I do
> remember some basics however so the book does not have to be for a total
> beginner. (C, C++, BASIC, Visual BASIC, Pascal and some ADA)
> I have been using Linux for a while and overall still don't know
> much about it but I can find my way. I have my system dual boot with
> windows vista.
> I do realize that everyone is different but I would like to see some
> suggestions and maybe reasons why you think it is good. I have looked
> for/searched and found a few different books but as my means are a bit
> limited right now I don't really want to buy several just one or maybe two
> Oh and if someone knows a place to find some used books of this sort
> that would be great (ebay I guess :)
> Thanks for your thoughts
> Randy theslayers9 gmail
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