[Tutor] Getting started in jython

D. Hartley denise.hartley at gmail.com
Fri Jul 8 00:15:32 CEST 2005

I don't know if this will be useful to everyone, but I found the
O'Reilly book wasn't so helpful to those starting with Python and
moving to Jython (i.e., rather than starting with Java and not knowing
Python).  I have yet to find Jython materials that are very good for
beginners - most everything I come across is directed at Java
programmers who need to learn enough Python to make Jython work.


On 7/7/05, Alan G <alan.gauld at freenet.co.uk> wrote:
> > I'm a semi-competent python user who has discovered that all the
> > toolkits I really have use of are bound up in java classes.  I can
> cope
> > with this, because there is Python, but I was wondering if anyone
> who
> > has spent more time around it than I have could spare any advice
> that
> > will make the adjustment a little less painful.
> Just go through the Jython tutorial.
> I found the O'Reilly book useful too but it does cover a lot of basic
> Python stuff if you already know standard Python. But since I have a
> Safari
> subscription it didn't cost me anything!
> Alan G.
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