The Python Language Reference Manual
by Guido Van Rossum
Publisher: Network Theory Ltd. 2003
Number of pages: 144
This manual is the definitive language reference for Python. It describes the syntax of Python and its built-in datatypes in depth. This manual covers advanced topics, and is suitable for readers who need to be familiar with the details and rules of the Python language and its object system.
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by Allen Downey - Green Tea Press
A concise introduction to software design using Python. Intended for people with no programming experience, this book starts with the most basic concepts and gradually adds new material. The goal is to teach you to think like a computer scientist.
by John B. Schneider, Shira Lynn Broschat, Jess Dahmen - Washington State University
Python's syntax and idioms are much easier to learn than those of most other full-featured languages. This book uses programming language Python to introduce folks to programming and algorithmic thinking. The book is completely hyper-linked.
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