What Python books to you recommend to beginners?
robertvstepp at gmail.com
Sun Dec 2 16:45:51 EST 2018
On Sun, Dec 2, 2018 at 1:51 PM songbird <songbird at anthive.com> wrote:
> my goal in learning python was to use it as a way of
> picking up OOP concepts in a more concrete way (theory
> alone doesn't give me enough hands on the bits i need so
> i tend to just do other things instead).
> now that i've used python for a starting project and
> have that project mostly working i want to step back and
> work on the OOP aspects.
You might want to look at "Python 3 -- Object Oriented Programming" by
Dusty Phillips. It is copyright 2010, so it won't have the latest,
greatest Python 3 features, but the book's entire focus is teaching
OOP in a Python 3 context.
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