Re: a new coder looking for help.

@5, point taken. If Think Python or the Python tutorial is not for you, I'd recommend the following books (read them in order):

  • Learning Python, Fifth Edition, by Mark Lutz. Copyright 2013 Mark Lutz, 978-1-4493-5573-9.

  • Programming Python, Fourth Edition, by Mark Lutz (O’Reilly). Copyright 2011 Mark Lutz, 978-0-596-15810-1.

  • Expert Python Programming, Second Edition, by Michał Jaworski and Tarek Ziadé (Packt Publishing). Copyright 2016 Michał Jaworski and Tarek Ziadé, 978-1-78588-685-0.

  • 20 Python Libraries You Aren’t Using (But Should), by Caleb Hattingh (O'Reilly). Copyright 2016 Caleb Hattingh, 978-1-786-46925-0.

  • Python Pocket Reference, Fifth Edition, by Mark Lutz (O’Reilly). Copyright 2014 Mark Lutz, 978-1-449-35701-6.

I hope these books help you on your way to mastering Python! They may be out of date but they're still excellent resources! smile

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