[Tutor] New person greets you all!
alan.gauld at btinternet.com
Fri Mar 11 22:13:50 CET 2011
"Knacktus" <knacktus at googlemail.com> wrote
> The official Python tutorial is a good start. You get familiar with
> the Python documentation as well.
> (Find the link to the tutorial on this page.)
If you can already program thats the best starting point.
For many folks its all they need.
> A classic and famous tutorial is here:
Thanks for the kind words :-)
However it is really aimed at true beginners....
It tries to get you to the stage where the official
documentation makes sense! :-)
> Another classic is "Dive into Python". You can find it easily with
This is probably a better followup to the official tutorial
for an experienced programmer than mine.
And remember to ask questions here as you go!
I didn't found this group but I did join it near the
beginning and started writing my tutorial using
the common questions here to direct a lot of the
Author of the Learn to Program web site
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