Re: Should a beginner do some coding excises? How can I find the sources?

sillyou su sillyousu at gmail.com
Tue Sep 13 12:31:06 CEST 2011


On Sep 13, 1:14 pm, memilanuk <memila... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 09/12/2011 09:20 PM, sillyou su wrote:
>
> > I'm reading "Learning Python"( Chinese version). Before I go through
> > the whole book, I want to do some excises matching each charter.
> > Any tips? Any better advice?
>
> For the code examples, have you tried looking up the home page for the
> book?  Google for 'oreilly learning python' and find the correct edition
> that you have.
>
> If its the 4th ed (current), you should end up on a page like this:
>
> http://shop.oreilly.com/product/9780596158071.do
>
> Down in the right hand side-bar, there should be a menu 'Essential
> Links' and one of the options is 'Download code' or something along
> those lines.  The link should take you to a zip file with all the code
> examples in the book.
>
> As far as practice exercises... maybe something like
> codingbat.com/python would be helpful.  Its not related to the book at
> all, and doesn't go nearly as in depth... but its kind of neat to play
> with and see how your code works when someone else is grading it! (at
> least for me).
>
> HTH,
>
> Monte

codingbat.com/python!
The website is really interesting.
Thank you!



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