Python Starter : Learning Resources
this thread will contain the hard ways, so called easy ways to pave a beginners way into Python coding !
edited December 2015
Sticking to the official documentation is the best way to go. But, as a beginner it may SEEM as a really difficult/annoying thing at first.
So, I recommend to just get to know to the syntax of the Programming Language from Tutorials Point and then practice your basic programs that you do at your college and then move as soon as possible to the internal libraries.
20 Python Libraries you can't live without.
The libraries in Python add the majority of the beauty to it. You can then explore the 'W-I-D-E' varieties of API's available out there.
I plus one the above ans.
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