Re: python3 programming for novices



On 23/12/10 13:53, Mark Barton wrote:
On 12/23/10 8:32 AM, Pete wrote:
On 23/12/10 12:52, Steve Flynn wrote:

On Thu, Dec 23, 2010 at 12:19 PM, Pete<psmouty@xxxxxxxx> wrote:


I'm trying to teach myself python3 from a BASIC backgound, wondering if
anyone can recommend any on-line resources or books to aid my transition?

A mailing list for python beginners would also be useful to bounce ideas
/ problems around in!


I take it you've already digested http://docs.python.org/release/3.0.1/tutorial/




Hi, steve

Thanks already digested that one!




Pete,
Not sure of your reasons to jump to 3.0, but if you google a bit there
are tons of 2.x examples and tutorials that will equally get you started
with Python. I would also recommend the book Beginning Python from
Novice to Professionals by Magnus Lie Hetland which is primarily 2.x but
does touch on changes to 3.0 as well.

Good Luck
Mark


Many thanks Mark


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