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Ryan J A Murphy
Ryan J A Murphy@ryanjamurphy · Student?
This book helped me quite a bit when I completed a course on natural language processing last term. It required knowing Python in advance, but I got through it (with a high mark no less) thanks to Learn Python The Hard Way. It's worth noting that you can read the book for free on the web at this link: http://learnpythonthehardway.org... (It was kinda hard to find with the scrolling on that landing page.)
Kumer Rawat
Kumer Rawat@kumer_rawat
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Gamblers United
Gamblers United@gamblers_united · Cause
The reviews aren't great on this book. With so many good Python resources available, reviews matter. The documentation from Python.org is probably still the best place to start.
Meenakshi Agarwal
Meenakshi Agarwal@meenakshi052003 · Cofounder @ TechBeamers.com
A very good virtual book/tutorials for any beginner to learn Python quickly and for experienced ones to go through advanced Python coding concepts is https://www.techbeamers.com/pyth...