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<br>A book talked of in Linux Journal is "The Quick Python Book"
by Daryl Harms
<br>GREAT BOOK TO LEARN FROM,
<br> and maybe THE best on the market today.
<p>The other to recommend is "The Python Reference" by
Guido Van Rousson
<br>the creater of Python.
<p>"Simon B." wrote:
<blockquote TYPE=CITE>In article <9iOW5.55847$L26.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
<br> "Don Tuttle" <email@example.com> wrote:
<br>> > Any good?
<br>> IMO, this is the only bad Python book on the market. Don't
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