> I just bought a new book on Python, since the one I had borrowed from my
> son
> only dealt with Python 2.3, and everyone told me that was old.
> So I bought this book, and decided that whatever version of Python it
> deals
> with, that's the one I will download and use.
> The book is:
> Cunningham, Katie. 2014. Teach yourself Python in 24 hours.
>                Indianapolis: Sams.
>                ISBN: 978-0-672-33687-4
>                    For Python 2.7.5
> I'll leave Python 3.2 on my computer, but 2.7.5 will be the one I'm
> installing
> now. Even if I could *find* a book that deals with Python 3.x, couldn't
> afford
> to but yet another Python book.
> --
> Steve Hayes from Tshwane, South Africa
> Web:  http://www.khanya.org.za/stevesig.htm
> Blog: http://khanya.wordpress.com
> E-mail - see web page, or parse: shayes at dunelm full stop org full stop
> uk
> --
> https://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list

In my search for information to learn about object oriented programming, since 
I come from a pre oop background, I found this site: http://it-ebooks.info/

tons of free books, many fairly up-to-date.  A wealth of knowledge for the do 
it yourself learner.  

Hope this is helpful to you.

Deb in WA, USA

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