Where to start learning python?


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Maybe bad looking, but I did not come across adequate books or websites (preferably Russian) on the topic of learning this language from scratch. I will be glad to links or titles.
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If you are really determined and sure you want to deal with Python, it is better Learning Python, 3rd/4th edition authored by Mark a Lutz'e a nothing to find. The book exists in the Russian variant, though only translated the 3rd edition. In any case, feel free to buy and launch head.
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Helped me a lot a series of articles on the Intuit
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Obviously, with Monty Python!
In the breaks you can memorize the Lutz, but before you should at least watch all the full length album, otherwise you may not understand half the variables in the examples and not to answer good number of questions at the end of chapters.
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I myself started learning Python by writing a script on it. Actually, the documentation on the main site — and immediately forward, by analogy.
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IMHO, you first need to read Dive into Python (without a deep understanding of the text and/or run the examples — just to have an idea about the possibilities of the language), and then writing more or less real application in the selected area in real life applications (web programming from, for example, programming a stand-Elon application is very different). Examples in books/on websites are often disconnected and not podrazumevat no UI, greater-than bracket/data files. It is also useful to see the code of real applications, the same django
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Essno, it concerns the situation where Python "another mast-have language" and that such branching, cycle or keshirovaniya collection (aka dictionary) to understand is not necessary.
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