Python 3 Basics Tutorial
by Kristian Rother
Publisher: GitBook 2015
Number of pages: 56
This is a tutorial for novice programmers, it works best if you follow the chapters and exercises step by step. If you are fluent in any programming language, this tutorial might be very easy for you. This tutorial contains very little material on the higher abstraction levels in Python, like classes, namespaces or even functions.
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