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Python Tutorials

Discussion in 'General Programming Chat' started by xcubic, Jun 10, 2008.

  1. xcubic

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  2. bevardis

    bevardis Registered Member

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    Thanks! Might check them out.
    Is there any tutorials made by crooks for crooks, such things as blackhat, or stuff?

    I learned it from this one -
    Non-Programmers Tutorial For Python
    http://honors.montana.edu/~jjc/easytut/easytut/
    It's actually very good one.

    Oh, and that was my first programing language.
     
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    thanks xcubic!
    i've always loved Python as it's so easy to learn and the syntax is not complicated like C/C++
    I'd recommend anyone who wants to start programming begin with Python :D
     
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    I Love BHW
     
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    skeLzo Newbie

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    The Python Quick Reference guide was a godsend to me when I first learning. I still use it a lot.

    http://rgruet.free.fr/PQR25/PQR2.5.html
     
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    *sigh* everywhere I look someone shoves in my face "LEARN PYTHON" i guess I cant put it off anymore now lol. Its one of the few languages i've been dying to learn, thanks!
     
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    zugil Newbie

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    Dive Into Python (i cant post links because this is my first post but google it) is easily the best one out there
    comprehensive as fuck

    if you want to parse HTML, look at BeautifulSoup or lxml.