It took me 10 days to read and apply (almost all) the contents of this book. It was a fun and helpful experience. The author uses humor and interesting examples to introduce the reader to the rudimentary concepts of programming and Python. The book is not a complete guide to Python. But the goal of the author is to wet a newbie’s appetite for Python as well as programming. And, in my case, it worked. If you are interested in learning the basics of Python (and programming) but you dread reading boring books, then I’d recommend you read “Python Programming for the Absolute Beginner”.
As for me, I am interested in reading my next Python book: Python Programming.
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