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Some advice on startingout with python.

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Hi,

Which book(s) would you recommend for me to start learning Python
programming??
I am interested mostly to do GUI apps. I want to replace my PHP-GTK
programms, and of course learn a lot of Python.
Here are some titles I find and got the best reviews::
-Practical Python by Magnus Lie Hetland;
-Foundations of Python Network Programming by John Goerzen
-Python Cookbook by Alex Martelli
-Python Programming On Win32
-Learning Python, Second Edition by Mark Lutz

If there is any other book or online tutorial you recommend please let
me know.

I appreciate every help
Thank you Laszlo

Laszlo Antal
Sep 14 '05 #1
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It's not about GUI, but it's a good book. It's both online and printed:

http://diveIntoPython.org

Sep 15 '05 #2

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