Start Here: Python Programming for Beginners
by Jody Scott Ginther
Publisher: toonzcat.com 2010
Number of pages: 58
This book is meant to help you begin learning the basics of Python programming version 3 or later. It is a brief introduction to Python. The author attempts to be as brief as possible to get the new programmer into programming as fast as possible.
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