Your Favorite Python Book

Evan Kroske e.kroske at gmail.com
Fri May 15 15:06:15 CEST 2009


Sam Tregar wrote:
> Greetings. I'm working on learning Python and I'm looking for good 
> books to read. I'm almost done with Dive into Python and I liked it a 
> lot. I found Programming Python a little dry the last time I looked at 
> it, but I'm more motivated now so I might return to it. What's your 
> favorite? Why?
>
> -sam
>
Programming Python is good, but its examples follow a function-based
(not functional) style that I don't like. Most of the applications are a
mix of function libraries and scripts, and there's almost no
object-oriented best-practices content.

I don't have a recommendation; that's the only Python book I own.

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