i need advice
omerkorat at gmail.com
Sun Mar 24 18:35:58 CET 2013
I know some people will disagree with me, but I recommend on "Dive Into
Python" by Mark Pilgrim. It assumes no prior knowledge whatsoever, and it
explains all the foundations of the language from the bottom up, without
skipping any steps. It also provides many examples that demonstrate how to
get Python to do things.
On 24 March 2013 19:24, leonardo selmi <l.selmi at icloud.com> wrote:
> dear python programmers,
> i am focused on learning to program but i need help from all of you. i am
> a beginner but it is hard to find the right book or website to learn, i
> know that i have to do exercises but so far i found resources with gaps. i
> would be very grateful if you could give me suggestions. for example i have
> "think python" and "learning python the hard way", do you recommend them or
> are there better books?
> thanks a lot and sorry for bugging you
> best regards
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