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hello, i need a good tutorial for Python, nothing for beginners

wfw Sören
Jul 18 '05 #1
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Sören Kunst <so**********@h otmail.NOSPAM.c om> wrote:
hello, i need a good tutorial for Python, nothing for beginners

Beginners at what? Beginners at Python? Beginners at programming?

The official Python tutorial at http://docs.python.org/tut/tut.html is a
good one to start with if you've programmed in other languages before
and want a jump-start into Python.

Other tutorials can be found at:


Note especially the division into tutorials for programmers:


and tutorials for non-programmers:


Robin Munn
Jul 18 '05 #2
"Sören Kunst" <so**********@h otmail.NOSPAM.c om> writes:
hello, i need a good tutorial for Python, nothing for beginners

wfw Sören

For non-beginners, I find "Python Essential Reference" by David
Beaszley to be a good tutorial. In under 100 pages, you learn the
control structures, data types, builtin functions, and many of the

This is appropriate for people who are comfortable with several
languages, and understand scripting from, e.g., perl experience. If
you already know when and why you might use an exception handler or do
a qualified import or need to redirect stdin, then this book could be
for you.

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