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Hi All :
Does anyone know where I can find either a book or a website that
explains beginning python by actually building a project line by
line and explaining it indepth . I am primarily interested in
understading flowcontrol as well as syntax .

If it was related to netwoprking then that would be a great
addition although not required because that is my primary field of
interest .

All help greatly appreciated !

Mark

Mar 30 '08 #1
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En Sun, 30 Mar 2008 00:15:59 -0300, pythonnubie <ex*****@hotmail.com>
escribió:
Does anyone know where I can find either a book or a website that
explains beginning python by actually building a project line by
line and explaining it indepth . I am primarily interested in
understading flowcontrol as well as syntax .
See the section about Learing Python in the wiki:
http://wiki.python.org/moin/BeginnersGuide
If it was related to netwoprking then that would be a great
addition although not required because that is my primary field of
interest .
Many books on Python have some chapters on networking, and there are even
whole books like Python Web Programming by Steve Holden.

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Gabriel Genellina

Mar 30 '08 #2

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On Sat, 29 Mar 2008 21:19:32 -0700, Dennis Lee Bieber <wl*****@ix.netcom.comwrote:
On Sat, 29 Mar 2008 20:15:59 -0700 (PDT), pythonnubie
<ex*****@hotmail.comdeclaimed the following in comp.lang.python:
>Hi All :
Does anyone know where I can find either a book or a website that
explains beginning python by actually building a project line by
line and explaining it indepth . I am primarily interested in
understading flowcontrol as well as syntax .
Flow control, if I'm not misinterpreting your usage, is something
that most common language books will not really cover -- that falls into
the realms of software engineering...
He *might* simply be talking about if, for, while, break and so on --
things which control program flow.

/Jorgen

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Mar 30 '08 #3

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On Sun, 30 Mar 2008 16:41:31 -0700, Dennis Lee Bieber <wl*****@ix.netcom.comwrote:
On 30 Mar 2008 23:07:02 GMT, Jorgen Grahn <gr********@snipabacken.se>
declaimed the following in comp.lang.python:
>>
He *might* simply be talking about if, for, while, break and so on --
things which control program flow.
Which /is/ what I was referring to... with regards to structuring
the usage of said in a safe&sane manner <G>
Oh, sorry. I see that now. I was thinking of flow control as in
communication protocols, preventing a fast sender from flooding a
receiver and so on.

/Jorgen

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Mar 31 '08 #4

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Le Sat, 29 Mar 2008 20:15:59 -0700, pythonnubie a écritÂ*:
Hi All :
Does anyone know where I can find either a book or a website that
explains beginning python by actually building a project line by
line and explaining it indepth . I am primarily interested in
understading flowcontrol as well as syntax .

If it was related to netwoprking then that would be a great addition
although not required because that is my primary field of interest .

All help greatly appreciated !

Mark
You may look at "Dive into Python", there is an online version,
translation in some languages other than english (if needed). It propose
a line by line explanation on many scripts targetting language and
libraries usage.

http://www.diveintopython.org/

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Laurent POINTAL - la*************@laposte.net
Mar 31 '08 #5

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On Mar 31, 11:07 am, Laurent Pointal <laurent.poin...@laposte.net>
wrote:
You may look at "Dive into Python", there is an online version,
translation in some languages other than english (if needed). It propose
a line by line explanation on many scripts targetting language and
libraries usage.

http://www.diveintopython.org/
I second that recommendation and was about to post the link myself.
Apr 2 '08 #6

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On Apr 2, 10:08 pm, lbonaf...@yahoo.com wrote:
On Mar 30, 1:22 am, castiro...@gmail.com wrote:
[the usual masturbatory castironpi ramble]

What?
Yeah, that's what pretty much everyone says regarding his posts. Very
very little signal amongst that noise.

Apr 3 '08 #7

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