From where should I start learning python ?

sanyam0108

Right off the assembly line
Hi , please help me . Where do you suggest me to start learning python ?
Please recommend some sites , links , books , software's , etc.

Please also recommend that which IDE I have to use for python ?
 

vickybat

I am the night...I am...
Hi , please help me . Where do you suggest me to start learning python ?
Please recommend some sites , links , books , software's , etc.

Please also recommend that which IDE I have to use for python ?

Are you learning python to make a career (LAMP development) or just starting your programming journey?

Either way, i will recommend two very good options, one in the form of a book and other, as an open MOOC course.

For the book, get this eyes closed - Amazon.in - Buy Head First Python Book Online at Low Price in India | Head First Python Reviews & Ratings

Even if you buy the book, enroll this course too:

https://www.udacity.com/course/cs101

This is one of the most popular courses in udacity. Best way to learn python and put it to good use.

Happy coding. :)
 

Piyush

Lanaya
+1 for HF book of Python. A nice book with ample examples and you wont get bored at any point, that I can promise
 

SunE

Professional Newbie
Nice suggestions! One of my friend uses codeacademy to learn python and he finds it very interesting.
 

nims11

BIOS Terminator
I had started off with python official beginner guide which I had found good at that time. Maybe take a look at it. Later I read the core python programming for in-depth. Anyway, start off with any beginner material. Also make a habit of using python docs as they are pretty well informed and beginner friendly.
 

nisargshah95

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Also make a habit of using python docs as they are pretty well informed and beginner friendly.
:+1: to that. Whatever book you take, chances are it will miss some or the other topic. If you do learn Python from a book, do make a habit of refering to Python docs every now and then as they explain inner workings of Python along with the usual programming concepts.
 
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