Python programming books

Terry Reedy tjreedy at udel.edu
Wed Feb 23 02:19:57 CET 2011


On 2/22/2011 7:54 PM, David Keeler wrote:
> I am relatively new to python. I've been reading online docs and
> tutorials for 4-5 weeks now, but I like actual books. I am not new to
> programming and I have worked with quite a few languages. I'd like a
> good reference with basic stuff including classes and maybe some web
> programming, sockets, tkinter, good explanation of classes and all that
> OO stuff. I want to work with version 3 since 3.2 was just released. Can
> anyone suggest a recent book that might fit the bill? I know what's
> available, at least on Amazon but am a little perplexed by the choices
> and reviews I've seen. I would greatly appreciate some help.

Since Amazon has all or most of the books we might suggest, perhap you 
could describe your perplexities. In particular, what about Mark 
Summerfield's book?

-- 
Terry Jan Reedy




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