Learning Python is good and has good "english".
But Python The Quick Book (ugly cover) has brilliant english writing, and is
probably more pedagogic than others.



> Hi,
>
> I'm going through the tutorials available on Python.org but can anyone
> recommend a good book?
>
> I've always been impressed by O'Reilly's books and I see that there are
> a number of them available:
>
> - Python Programming on Win32
> - Learning Python
> - Programming Python
>
> Which one of the above (or indeed, any others) would be best for me?
> Me? I've got some C experience and will be using Python with Zope to
> create a portal, & some simple apps.
>
> Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
>
> - Best regards,
> Lee
>
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