[Tutor] python books

chinmaya chinmaya at gmail.com
Sat Apr 25 21:36:23 CEST 2009

On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 11:07 PM, sudhanshu gautam
<sudhanshu9252 at gmail.com>wrote:

> I am new in python , so need a good books , previously read python Bible
> and swaroop but not satisfied .
> so tell me good books in pdf format those contents good problems also
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I would say start with python tutorial, its nice decent starting material.
There is no better way to learn language than to practice it as you read.
Most of the tutorials out there are not written for 3.0, so you may want
to install 2.6.
I also recommend Dive Into python, its very beginner friendly, but remember
it does not cover all (not all major) libraries never-the-less its one of
best beginner tutorial.

Also install ipython its very powerful. And once you learn the interface
its very easy to find documentation and library references.

Also you can look at 100s of python videos in showmedo.com

chinmaya sn
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