lamsokvr at xprt.net
Tue Jul 19 07:26:32 UTC 2005
On Mon, 2005-07-18 at 21:15 -0500, Kevin C. Smith wrote:
> On Mon, 2005-07-18 at 00:02 -0500, thephotoman wrote:
> > I'm quite interested in learning how to program in Python. I have very
> > little experience with programming. What would be the best set of
> > resources for a beginner like myself to learn the language (books,
> > websites, available classes, etc.)?
> > Thanks!
> I had the same thought a while ago.
> I'm a book person so I started with "Teach Yourself Python in 24 Hours".
> Not very realistic title, but I don't recommend this book because the
> author loves calendars and bores the snot out of you. I then picked up
> "Python Programming for the absolute beginner", which turned out to be
> a good choice. The examples focus and exercises focus on games :). I
> also purchased "Learning Python" from O'Reilly who always seem to have
> good books.
> Of course, there is a lot of resources on line on this subject and you
> don't really need a book at all. I just find is a better experience
> reading from print.
The book I really like is:
Python Programming: AN introduction to Computer Science:
by John Zelle...
But, what ever works for you...
> Kevin C. Smith
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