[Tutor] Books

daniel.brown@realtimeworlds.com daniel.brown at realtimeworlds.com
Thu Dec 22 12:00:55 CET 2005

While we are on the topic of books, what book would you recommend for
the experienced C++/C# programmer looking to pick up Python?  I've been
looking at 'Python in a Nutshell' and 'Programming Python' on
amazon.co.uk, as I've found O'Reilly books good in the past.  I'm mainly
looking to use Python for general scripting tasks as I'm finding that
batch files just aren't flexible or powerful enough on WinXP...



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[mailto:tutor-bounces+daniel.brown=realtimeworlds.com at python.org] On
Behalf Of Tim Johnson
Sent: 22 December 2005 03:47
To: tutor at python.org
Subject: Re: [Tutor] Books

* Kent Johnson <kent37 at tds.net> [051221 13:40]:
> Johan Geldenhuys wrote:
> > Are here any new books on web programming with Python?
  I have "Python Web Programming" by Steve Holden, written in
  2002 covering up to python 2.0 - I believe.


  Foundations of Python Network Programming:

Tim Johnson <tim at johnsons-web.com>
Tutor maillist  -  Tutor at python.org

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