[Tutor] Study Python was: Re: Tutor Digest, Vol 161, Issue 36

Alan Gauld alan.gauld at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Jul 25 03:31:39 EDT 2017

On 24/07/17 18:41, Borisco Bizaro wrote:
> Please what is the best way to study python programming well.

One important skill is to read and follow instructions.
For example...

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As for learning Python there are videos on Youtube, multiple online
tutorials at every level and literally dozens of books. It all
depends on your personal learning style and your previous
programming experience.

I'd suggest you start with a few YouTube videos to get a feel
for things then dive into an online tutorial. The important thing
is to write code. Not just what the tutorials show you but take
that as a starter and modify it. See if the changes do what
you expected, if not figure out why not.

If you get stuck as questions here. Always tell us your Python
version and OS, post the problem code (cut n paste) and the full
error message if any.

Alan G
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