An Introduction to Python
by John C. Lusth
Publisher: The University of Alabama 2012
Number of pages: 115
Contents: Starting Out; Literals; Combining Literals; Precedence and Associativity; Variables; Assignment; Conditionals; Functions; Python Programs and Using Files; Input and Output; More about Functions; Scope; Loops; Recursion; Comparing Recursion and Looping; More on Input; Arrays; Sorting; Footnotes.
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by Cody Jackson - Google Docs
An introduction to computer programming, using the easy, yet powerful, Python programming language. Python, a cross-platform language, lets you work quickly and efficiently, allowing you to concentrate on your work rather than the language.
by Josh Cogliati - Wikibooks
This free tutorial is designed to be an introduction to the Python programming language. The guide is for someone with no programming experience. The author attempts to teach programming by reading code and writing code.
by Jeffrey Elkner, at al.
The goal of this book is twofold: to teach you how to program in Python; and to teach you to think like a computer scientist. This way of thinking combines some of the best features of mathematics, engineering, and natural science.
by Kristian Rother - GitBook
This is a tutorial for novice programmers, it works best if you follow the exercises step by step. If you are fluent in any programming language, this might be very easy for you. It contains little material on the higher abstraction levels in Python.