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Re: [python-46] Entry level beginner books

From: Doug H.
Sent on: Monday, May 4, 2009 7:13 AM
On May 3, 2009, at 8:33 PM, Wolf Halton wrote:

> I want to find a resource for new, new,new newbies.  Imagine people  
> in an Intro to programming class who are using a book that generally  
> substitutes pseudocode interchangeably with python code.  Very  
> frustrating.  What might be the best is a series of simple examples  
> that can be copied successfully.  So far I have been able to find  
> only intermediate and advanced code examples.
> Looking forward to what you might be able to suggest

O'Reilly's "Learning Python" doesn't assume any prior programming  
experience, so it would be a good choice.


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