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Posted on 29-05-09 17:53
Ok few searches led me to python cookbook by O'Reilly. I hope that was you mentioning.
Not in particular, but it's probably a decent one. I've got a couple by that publisher. One of them is "Python in a Nutshell". I can't remember the name of the other. Books by that publisher tend to be pretty good quality in my experience so that's why I just gave the name O'Reilly instead of a book name.
RE: Good python book
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Posted on 29-05-09 17:59
Learning Python by Mark Lutz is probably the best book if your totally new to Python.
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