[Tutor] Tutorials

Andrei Kulakov ak@silmarill.org
Sat, 01 Dec 2001 12:35:53 -0500

On Sat, Dec 01, 2001 at 12:23:27PM -0500, Kirk Bailey wrote:
> The severral tutorials at the python site seem to cover basics, jump to
> select parts of intermediate materials, and stop.
> I ned a good solid read (webwise) on the language, filling in some blank
> spots, and gradually building up to the advanced material. I have  been
> pointed at the total language reference in reply to questions about
> advanced material- but I am not ready to fully understand this yet.
> Alas, many holes in my knowledge still exist, but the totorials also
> seem to have considerable gaps. Any advice?
> I have GOT to hammer this thing into my concrete skull, or I am going to
> bloody EXPLODE from fustration. I KNOW what I want to do,. I can
> But I can't CODE it. ARG.

What's so horrible about buying a book? I mean, if you read all the
dozen or so web tutorials, and that's not enough, you ought to go for
dead trees.

You did read Alan Gauld's tutorial and How to think like a computer
scientist one? 

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