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|[http://www.pythonpros.com/arw/ipwp.html Home page]
[http://www.fsbassociates.com/books/pythonchpt1.htm Sample chapter]
[http://www.ercb.com/ddj/1998/ddj.9810.html Sean McGrath's review in the October 1998 DDJ]
[[http://www.ercb.com/ddj/1998/ddj.9810.html|Sean McGrath's review in the October 1998 DDJ]]
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|[http://www.pauahtun.org/TYPython/ Home page]
[http://www.amk.ca/python/books/typython.html Review by AMK]
[[http://www.amk.ca/python/books/typython.html|Review by AMK]]
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The books in this category are all out of print. They're listed here for historical reference.
Internet Programming with Python
- Aaron Watters, Guido van Rossum, and James Ahlstrom
1558514848, MIS Press/Henry Holt, 467 pages (October, 1996)
This was the very first Python book to be published, narrowly beating O'Reilly's _Programming Python_ into print by a few weeks.
Teach Yourself Python in 24 Hours
- Ivan van Laningham
0672317354, Publisher: SAMS, 528 pages (April 2000)
This book's primary aim is to teach programming using Python as the language. Readers don't need previous programming experience.
Perl to Python Migration
- Martin C. Brown
0201734885 Addison Wesley Professional, 320 pages (2002)
"Are you a Perl programmer who would like to be able to program in Python? Brimming with a wealth of practical examples and resources, this book will show you how."
Python Annotated Archives
- Martin Brown
0072121041, McGraw-Hill, September 1999