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which is the best book to learn the basics of python?
Posted 2-Jul-13 21:31pm
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Solution 1

You should start with A Byte of Python[^].


--Amit
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Solution 2

Try these combination:
Think python
Think Complexity

Also on MIT's open courseware http://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm[^] there are videos and pdfs teaching how to program in python

good studies....
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Solution 3

Python Programming: An Introduction to Computer Science
by John M. Zelle
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Solution 4

Here is a whole bunch of resources.

http://python2web.com/giant-list-of-python-learning-resources/
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