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Learn Python the Hard Way (amazon)

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Paid Book Beginner Python 3
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Bennett Mouton
Bennett Mouton 328 points
5 years ago

No longer free, which is a real shame. This was my initial start in Python.

Daniel Davidson
Daniel Davidson 390 Points

@itsbennett Same :( but I understand Zed needs to be paid for his work. Still a great resource for all who looking for hands on experience with Python. Different from most programming books which shove theory down your throat and bore you to death.

Zeezo Sal
Zeezo Sal 10 Points

@itsbennett please have u a pdf book about python??

Nithya 24 points
5 years ago

this website is really helpful for those who started learning for python from the beginning

David van
David van 22 points
4 years ago

-maybe= the book is good, but unfortunately he can be an arrogant, nasty, SOB. Soon after pythin 3 came came out, his Python 2.x book was still out and asked if he had plans to write a version 3 book. Harmless enough question, His reply was nasty, rude, and insulting. Completely uncalled for and a big turnoff.

Naresh Saini
Naresh Saini 20 points
5 years ago

PLEASE Tell me that how can setup web development using python in windows.

Ellis Briggs
Ellis Briggs 14 Points

@naresh-saini Hey, for that I believe you have to use frameworks like Django and Flask, these will have their own syntax and other details but it's mainly built from python.

Puch Na
Puch Na 10 points
2 months ago

I suggest you find answers on Google/StackOverflow. suggests you the best tutorials.

Chen Qiu
Chen Qiu 10 points
4 years ago

OOPS . I'm too late. It's never free....

Puch Na
Puch Na 10 Points

I suggest you find answers on Google/StackOverflow. suggests you the best tutorials.

Doraemon79 12 points
4 years ago

Is it for python2 or 3?

Saurabh Hooda
Saurabh Hooda 149355 Points

@doraemon79 This book is available in both Python 2 as well as Python 3 versions. Python 3 version was recently launched.

Roberta Hodara
Roberta Hodara 10 points
5 years ago

how do you format floats

Saurabh Hooda
Saurabh Hooda 149355 Points

@roberta-hodara For specific tech question, I suggest you find answers on Google/StackOverflow. suggests you the best tutorials.

Hanish Madan
Hanish Madan 10 Points

@roberta-hodara float(variable)

Mattivity Room
Mattivity Room 12 points
5 years ago

I think is a base foundation to start programming if we are beginner

Tristan Rais-sherman
3 years ago

I have used this book as my first foray into computer programming. It is an amazing resource. When you combine the books with his videos, you will learn an insane amount. It's not a shame that is costs some money. Pay for it. Its great.