[Tutor] (no subject)

Mike Wagman mwagman at charter.net
Fri Nov 14 23:12:45 EST 2003

Start with some little number crunching - command line program. The give
it a Gui. 

Ideas dice roller, days between dates, program that reverses text in a
file, just something to give you some problem to think through. 

Also learn the shell and how to run things interactively.

On Fri, 2003-11-14 at 22:04, Thomas Chmelik wrote:
> i am a beginning programmer and would really like to learn how to program in 
> python, my teacher says it is a simple yet powerful computer language and 
> can be learned by almost anyone, but he says lots of logic is involved in 
> writing much of the programs, which i would love to do, but are there any 
> tips you can give me, or any projects or programs to write to get me going 
> to become a good programmer, please email me at tachmelik13 at hotmail.com.
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