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Posted on 23-05-12 20:47
Hey. I've gotten into more "serious" programming with Python and I was wondering if you could recommend some good books/online tutorials, something a little "advanced". All books I find are rubbish from my point of view.

Thank you in advance.
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Posted on 23-05-12 21:12
Not sure how advanced you mean, but I found the official Python documentation useful when I was learning it.

http://docs.pytho. . .
http://docs.pytho. . .index.html


Try a new search engine
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Posted on 23-05-12 21:28
http://www.amazon. . .159059519X

This was the book I started with, it gives a great intro into Python.
Plenty of downloads for the PDF version, but buying works as well.


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Posted on 24-05-12 14:01
You'll have to learn another language if you want something more advanced.


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Posted on 24-05-12 18:51
stealth- wrote:
http://www.amazon. . .159059519X

This was the book I started with, it gives a great intro into Python.
Plenty of downloads for the PDF version, but buying works as well.


Thanks. This is what i was looking for.
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Posted on 24-05-12 18:53
Arabian wrote:
You'll have to learn another language if you want something more advanced.


I will do that, but first i want to master python.
What language do you recommend?
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Posted on 24-05-12 20:12
You should continue forth and get a good grip on Python to learn fundamental programming techniques from a higher level, then you could move on to something more advanced such as C where you must be careful and meticulous about your memory and data types.


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Posted on 25-05-12 00:19
darkmistry wrote:
Arabian wrote:
You'll have to learn another language if you want something more advanced.


I will do that, but first i want to master python.
What language do you recommend?


Python is capable of very advanced things as well.
The "best" language depends on the situation at hand.

On that note, it is always good to have C/C++ is your skillset, however.


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Posted on 25-05-12 03:20
stealth- wrote:
darkmistry wrote:
Arabian wrote:
You'll have to learn another language if you want something more advanced.


I will do that, but first i want to master python.
What language do you recommend?


Python is capable of very advanced things as well.
The "best" language depends on the situation at hand.

On that note, it is always good to have C/C++ is your skillset, however.



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Posted on 13-06-12 03:27
I just read Byte of Python. Google the PDF, I thought it was pretty good.
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Posted on 27-06-12 10:31
stealth- wrote:
http://www.amazon. . .159059519X

This was the book I started with, it gives a great intro into Python.
Plenty of downloads for the PDF version, but buying works as well.




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