Re: How should learning to program in Python be approached, if learning objectives are sought to be customised?

2021-09-05 Thread Susmita/Rajib
Apologise, Mr. Pokoradi and Mr. Riepl. Thank you very much for your inputs on PyCharm and PyPi respectively, which i initially overlooked, as the change in month caused a change in the Thread Index Page. Best, Rajib

Re: How should learning to program in Python be approached, if learning objectives are sought to be customised?

2021-09-05 Thread Sandro Tosi
Rajib, thanks for your enthusiasm in learning python, but please note this mailing list is dedicated to "Discussion of issues related to Python on Debian systems with a stress on packaging standards. Therefore relevant for maintainers of Python related packages.", while it appears you have general

Re: How should learning to program in Python be approached, if learning objectives are sought to be customised?

2021-09-05 Thread Susmita/Rajib
Thank you, Ms. Causey and Mr. van Baal-Ilić, for your posts. I am retaining the same subject line to avoid cluttering of my subsequent posts. It appears that the Python books by Zed A Shaw are diversifying, spreading out. From Learn Python The Hard Way, Addison-Wesley, 2013 ed., to Learn Python

Re: How should learning to program in Python be approached, if learning objectives are sought to be customised?

2021-09-01 Thread Gregor Riepl
> Please also advise: where could I have such repositories like such > huge oracle java object and code repository? I think what most people use as a source for Python packages is PyPi: https://pypi.org/ And there is excellent tooling around it. Personally, I prefer pipenv for application

Re: How should learning to program in Python be approached, if learning objectives are sought to be customised?

2021-09-01 Thread Pokoradi Balazs
Hello Rajib, that's alright) Yes, PyCharm can be installed on Debian: https://www.jetbrains.com/pycharm/download/#section=linux Good luck! On 30/08/2021 16:06, Susmita/Rajib wrote: Thank you, Mr. Pokoradi, for your informative reply. I use either Knoppix or Debian. So everything is

Re: How should learning to program in Python be approached, if learning objectives are sought to be customised?

2021-08-30 Thread Susmita/Rajib
Thank you, Mr. Arias, for the info shared. That too, so promptly. Much appreciated. My apologies for the typo, PyChem, instead of PyCharm. Thank you for sharing your personal experience with Pycharm. Yes, also thank you for pydb or python-db. Your clue helped me pinpoint the debugger. So it

Re: How should learning to program in Python be approached, if learning objectives are sought to be customised?

2021-08-30 Thread Emmanuel Arias
Hi, On Mon, Aug 30, 2021 at 12:24 PM Susmita/Rajib wrote: > Thank you, Mr. Pokoradi, for your informative reply. > > I use either Knoppix or Debian. So everything is pre-installed. > > I don't know about pydev in Eclipse. So thank you for this bit of > information. I am not sure if PyChem could

Re: How should learning to program in Python be approached, if learning objectives are sought to be customised?

2021-08-30 Thread Susmita/Rajib
Thank you, Mr. Pokoradi, for your informative reply. I use either Knoppix or Debian. So everything is pre-installed. I don't know about pydev in Eclipse. So thank you for this bit of information. I am not sure if PyChem could be installed in my system. In Debian. So please advise, I am not a

Re: How should learning to program in Python be approached, if learning objectives are sought to be customised?

2021-08-27 Thread {Pokoradi, Balazs}
Hi Rajib, I’d recommend “Python crash course” by Eric Mathes, if you like learning using books. Gives good explanation of the basics, lists a few sample projects, all code is available on GitHub. I find the best beginner friendly tutorials on particular tasks/packages are the ones by Corey

How should learning to program in Python be approached, if learning objectives are sought to be customised?

2021-08-26 Thread Susmita/Rajib
My dear Illustrious List Maintainers, Programmers and Senior members, I have been on and off my idea to self-learn Python programming. I learnt a little bit of Java programming, aided by the Eclipse IDE and Oracle Java repository, which has exhaustive example codes and object library resources,