[Tutor] Best way of learning

Dick Moores rdm at rcblue.com
Sat Dec 8 12:35:14 CET 2007

At 02:43 PM 12/5/2007, andy wrote:
>Over a year ago I dabbled in learning Python, working my way through a
>few tutorials, the Deitel's  "How to program in Python" and Hetland's
>"Practical Python", until I came across the OOP sections. My mind just
>froze up, and I found myself wondering if I had really understood
>anything at all. In addition to which I didn't have any "itch" that I
>needed to scratch so was trying to learn something without any purpose.
>So I stopped.

Take a look at a book just out, Object-Oriented Programming in 
Python, <http://www.bestbookdeal.com/book/detail/0136150314>.  I'm 
hoping it will unfreeze my mind about OOP.

Dick Moores

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