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Book Review: Beginning Python

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Beginning Python: From Novice to Professional lists for about $45.
I like this book a lot because it is very clear in its delivery, both the prose and the code examples used, and is consistently Pythonic. The Python language lends itself to a powerful programming style and, unlike Perl, many Python developers I know don't bother with a dozen ways to perform a simple action, they get it done and move on. What you wind up with is clear code that's easily understood by someone new to the language.
 read more | mail this link | score:5339 | -Ray, January 12, 2006
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