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Python guide

Discussion in 'Other Languages' started by tomaso88, Dec 4, 2011.

  1. tomaso88

    tomaso88 Registered Member

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    Hey I was wondering if any one had a good up to date python guide or new of a site that teach python from very basic stuff to advance stuff and I was also wondering what is the best IDE for Python
     
  2. weedsmoker

    weedsmoker Junior Member

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    Search for "Dive In To Python" by Mark Pilgrim, book is excellent, free and comes with script examples.
    I use PyScripter IDE, you can download portable Python to get Python interpreter and PyScripter as a standalone package.
    Go for 2.7 version of Python, because some third party modules/libraries aren't compatible with new Python (3 or 3k) yet.
     
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  3. uditbhansali

    uditbhansali Regular Member

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    sky_king Newbie

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    learnpythonthehardway DOT org

    Apparantley I can't post links... Have fun :)
     
  5. cbnoob

    cbnoob Senior Member

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    download bitche. run bitche, search for "python lynda" you will get a basic video course. around 5 hours covers all aspects of python basic.

    You can do the same thing with almost every programming language.
     
  6. Deusdies

    Deusdies Regular Member

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    One more recommendation for Lynda. It's how I started learning Python.
     
  7. Humble

    Humble Registered Member

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    There's a few videos on Khan academy also related to python. I haven't really taken a look at them though.

    I really suggest Lynda also

    Sent from my LG-P500h using Tapatalk
     
  8. devilived

    devilived Junior Member

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    I have something better for u ! MIT provides free courseware. The programming course is in python. Just google it. Really good to get started in python.
     
  9. SnowWar

    SnowWar Power Member

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    The best way to learn any programming language is by practicing more and more.
    Without practice you can not do it well.
    If you have some basic programming skills then you should practice more and more.
     
  10. terabai

    terabai Newbie

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    I start learning python throughout MVC Framework called Django...
     
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    jamb0ss Junior Member

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    Books: Mark Lutz "Learning Python" (4th edition) & "Programming Python"
    IDE: Emacs
     
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    jamb0ss Junior Member

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    also you can learn python basics with Code Academy
     
  13. skulquake

    skulquake Registered Member

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    Yea CodeAcademy has a pretty good interactive browser to practice and solve the python problems they have laid out for you.