[Tutor] Security [Was: Re: Decoding]

Luke Paireepinart rabidpoobear at gmail.com
Mon Aug 13 23:31:58 CEST 2007

Khamid Nurdiev wrote:
> It is Good that you have the book because i have a few questions 
> concerning the books again. This book by M. Zelle is getting really 
> difficult shortly after that section (also as i see the examples are 
> getting fewer) but it was easy till that part, so the question is: is 
> it to me or is the rest of the book indeed explained not well(not like 
> the beginning parts)?. Having heard the recommendations on books for 
> beginners i have ordered the book "Core Python Programming" by Wesley 
> Chun, so comparing those two books which one is more suitable  
> (recommended) for a beginner to both python and programming?
I haven't read either book, but if nothing else, it helps that Wes is a 
regular here at [tutor].
>  Here in our local library, the first edition of "Core python 
> programming" is available so i guess i will use it till I receive the 
> second edition, but i think it might take like a month, if not more 
> till it gets to where i live. Is there much difference between the 
> first and second editions? And also one more book, i haven't ordered 
> it yet, is the "Python from novice to professional" by Magnus Lie 
> Hetland, is it worth ordering and studying for a complete noob?
>  thanks for your answers.

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