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XML for All Occasions Book Description Gain a fundamental understanding of Python’s syntax and features with this up–to–date introduction and practical reference. From Novice to Professional.

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Graphical User Interfaces When Indices Won t Do It gave me a good understanding of basic Python programming and syntax. No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by any information storage or retrieval system, without the prior written prodessional of the copyright owner and the publisher.


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Well, OK book; however somewhat haphazard structure makes it confusing. Gain insight into modern Python programming paradigms including testing, documentation, packaging, and distribution.

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I really enjoy Hetland’s writing style, so I froom I could rate this higher Excellent book, especially for someone new to Python.

So you should be instructed to print “Hello World”. I haven’t really finished reading every piece of it, but it’s good enough to call it a closure – and I might keep it for future reference. Jan 20, Gian Luca rated it really liked it.

I anticipate the useful shelf life of Beginning Python will be longer than average for most general purpose programming books for a single language. The projects and exercises turns one into an advance-like programmer.

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Jeremy Jones Editorial Board: Ami Knox Assistant Production Director: Learn by following along with ten interesting projects, including a P2P file—sharing application, chat client, video game, remote text editor, and more. Trivia About Beginning Python Your Own Bulletin Board Write code faster by learning how to take advantage of advanced features such begjnning magic methods, exceptions, and abstraction. From Novice to Professional is the most comprehensive book on the Python ever written.


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This was a great introduction on Python programming, I did a quick reading over a week in for my projects in University, and I was able to get really a good quality code project going on. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book.

Ten different projects illustrate the concepts introduced in the book.

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