‘Programming in Python 3’ by Mark Summerfield

‘Good Introduction To Python’

Score: 5/5

I figured since it seems everyone else knows Python now I should probably try it out myself. I wanted a quick way to find out about the language and how it worked, but so, so many books on Python are introductions to programming. I can program (a bit) so I wanted an introduction to Python, not an introduction to basic programming concepts.

It took a bit of hunting to find a book that wasn’t a simplistic intro or a toolkit-focused tutorial, but eventually one of my searches paid off and I was directed to this book.

It’s very good at what it does. It assumes programming knowledge and tries to help you translate that into Python. I don’t think it will serve well as a reference, but that’s less of an issue these days.

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