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Hi all,

I was just wondering about good books that teach python (either with
programming or no programming experience at all) ? Or some online
tutorial?

Thanks

Sep 5 '05 #1
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"placid" <Bu****@gmail.com> writes:
I was just wondering about good books that teach python (either with
programming or no programming experience at all) ? Or some online
tutorial?


Did you even bother doing a web search? "Learn Python" or "Python
tutorial" would be enough.

Christopher
Sep 5 '05 #2

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Christopher Culver wrote:
"placid" <Bu****@gmail.com> writes:
I was just wondering about good books that teach python (either with
programming or no programming experience at all) ? Or some online
tutorial?
Did you even bother doing a web search? "Learn Python" or "Python
tutorial" would be enough.


yeah, see i didnt even think of that.

thanks man

Christopher


Sep 5 '05 #3

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placid wrote:
Christopher Culver wrote:
"placid" <Bu****@gmail.com> writes:
I was just wondering about good books that teach python (either with
programming or no programming experience at all) ? Or some online
tutorial?


Did you even bother doing a web search? "Learn Python" or "Python
tutorial" would be enough.

yeah, see i didnt even think of that.

thanks man


That was either a very gracious way to take a public correction, or an
expertly executed bit of sarcasm, either way, placid, I applaud you.
--
Benji York
Sep 5 '05 #4

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Benji York wrote:
placid wrote:
Christopher Culver wrote:
"placid" <Bu****@gmail.com> writes:
I was just wondering about good books that teach python (either with
programming or no programming experience at all) ? Or some online
tutorial?

Did you even bother doing a web search? "Learn Python" or "Python
tutorial" would be enough.

yeah, see i didnt even think of that.

thanks man


That was either a very gracious way to take a public correction, or an
expertly executed bit of sarcasm, either way, placid, I applaud you.


well thanks man, no sarcasm intended at all.

Sometimes when you concentrate on complicated problems your thinking of
a complicated solution and not a simple one. Christopher gave a really
simple solution.( C does that to people i think)
--
Benji York


Sep 5 '05 #5

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If you're already fluent in other programming language(s) [sounds like
you are], then this is decent and available free online:
http://www.diveintopython.org/
placid wrote:

Sometimes when you concentrate on complicated problems your thinking of
a complicated solution and not a simple one. Christopher gave a really
simple solution.( C does that to people i think)

Sep 6 '05 #6

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