Python programming

Ben Abramowitz benjaminabramowitz at gmail.com
Wed Feb 12 05:04:59 CET 2014


I started learning python 3.3 for 13 days (including today) ago, using this
book, with no programming experience:
http://openbookproject.net/thinkcs/python/english3e/index.html

the fact that the author uses the python turtle to teach readers object
orientated programming,
has been ALL the difference.

by chapter 4, you are writing basic void and fruitful functions. it is
awesome.

it has exercises at the end of every chapter, that if you grind out, you
learn a truckload from. and progress.
If you put in the time, and glue your butt to a seat for as long as you
can, as many days in a row, the results are very satisfying.

the book is free. I highly recommend it.




On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 4:21 PM, ngangsia akumbo <ngangsia at gmail.com> wrote:

> Please i have a silly question to ask.
>
> How long did it take you to learn how to write programs?
>
> What is the best way i can master thinker?
> I know the syntax but using it to write a program is a problem
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