[Tutor] What books do you recommend?
ladymcse2000 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 9 21:00:07 CET 2009
Is there a good Tutorial that you guys recommend, where you actually get a
useful exercise to try and do and then you can be walked through different
solutions? I'm not a Programmer by trade, but I do a bit of coding for
Administrator type functions and have to debug stuff and starting to do this
on Python, so something not quite so incredibly dense would work better, I
just don't know where to start.
On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 11:34 AM, Serdar Tumgoren <zstumgoren at gmail.com>wrote:
> To Alan's list, I'd also add Learning Python 4th Edition. It came out
> in October and covers Python 3 and 2.6, though I'm not sure if it
> includes the heftier code samples the OP was interested in...
> On Wed, Dec 9, 2009 at 2:13 PM, Alan Gauld <alan.gauld at btinternet.com>
> > "Khalid Al-Ghamdi" <emailkgnow at gmail.com> wrote
> >> I wan't to buy some books about python 3. Do you have any
> > There are very few Python 3 books out there.
> > The only one I've used and can recommend is Programming in Python3 by
> > Summerfield
> > Other general Python books that will still be effective albeit written
> > Python 2
> > are all specialised topic guides such as:
> > Python Network Programming - APress
> > WxPython in Action - Manning
> > Python Programming on Win32 - OReilly
> > Otherwise try to get a cheap/secondhand copy of Python in a
> > Nutshell(OReilly)
> > HTH,
> > --
> > Alan G
> > Author of the Learn to Program web site
> > http://www.alan-g.me.uk/l2p/
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