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
> FLOWCHART it.
> 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
You did read Alan Gauld's tutorial and How to think like a computer
> -Kirk D Bailey (C)2001
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