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Learning Python [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Mark Lutz , David Ascher
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26. April 1999
Learning Python is an introduction to the increasingly popular Python programming language. Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented scripting language. Python is growing in popularity because: it is available on all important platforms - Windows NT, Windows 95, Windows 98, Linux, all major UNIX platforms, MacOS, and even the BeOS; it is open-source software, copyrighted but freely available for use, even in commercial applications; its clean object-oriented interface makes it a valuable prototyping tool for C++ programmers; and it works well with all popular windowing toolkits, including MFC, Tk, Mac, X11, and Motif. This book starts with a thorough introduction to the elements of Python: types, operators, statements, classes, functions, modules, and exceptions. By reading the first part of the book, the reader should be able to understand and construct programs in the Python language. In the second part of the book, the authors present more advanced information, demonstrating how Python performs common tasks and presenting real applications and the libraries available for those applications.

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  • Taschenbuch: 384 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates; Auflage: 1 (26. April 1999)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1565924649
  • ISBN-13: 978-1565924642
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 23,3 x 17,9 x 2 cm
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Dieser Titel ist in englischer Sprache.
Die Autoren von Learning Python zeigen Ihnen zunächst alle Grundlagen der Skriptsprache Python, die Sie benötigen, um direkt mit der Lösung von Problemen zu beginnen. Schritt für Schritt werden danach die leistungsfähigeren Aspekte der Programmiersprache erläutert. Dieser Aufbau spricht sowohl Programmierer als auch Systemadministratoren an, die sich dringenden Problemen gegenübersehen und es vorziehen, durch angeleitetes Experimentieren zu lernen.

Learning Python beginnt mit der Beziehung zwischen Python-Skripte und ihren Interpretern (zum Großteil wird dies plattformunabhängig diskutiert). Es folgt die Funktionsweise der Programmiersprache selbst. Es wird illustriert, wie Python mit numerischen Daten und Strings umgeht sowie mit anderen Objekten und den Operatoren, die Sie nutzen, um mit ihnen zu arbeiten. Dictionaries, Listen, Tupel und andere, für Python charakteristische Datenstrukturen werden anhand ausführlicher Beispiele detailliert dargestellt.

Aufbauend auf die grundlegenden Informationen erläutern die Autoren Mark Lutz und David Ascher Funktionen und Module. Es werden unter anderem Namensräume, Klassen und die objektorientierten Aspekte von Python behandelt. Zudem gibt es Informationen zur Erstellung grafischer Benutzerschnittstellen (GUIs) für Python-Anwendungen mit Tkinter.

Zur Ergänzung der sorgfältigen und deutlichen Erklärungen bietet Learning Python Übungen, mit denen Sie Ihre Python-Fähigkeiten überprüfen können, und die Ihnen dabei helfen, die Sprache zu meistern.

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"...is an excellent introductory text for those who really want to know the language inside out. Backed up with code examples from other works or on the Web, it does provide a great foundation for future Python work." Linux Users, Issue 21

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Not recommended for newbie programmers since the authors assume a knowledgeable reader. But for experienced programmers who have used other languages, the excercises at the end of each chapter serve to inculcate unique Python characteristics in your mind quickly. I like the abstract approach better than the wordy 'learn-by-doing-examples' approach which I believe just creates fluff in a book. It would be accurate to call this book a 'Learn Python in X days' and at the end of those X days you can truly say that you do know Python (the language) very well. But this is a testament to Python's simplicity & lack of idiosyncracies as well.
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First off I would like to make a distinction between the Python programming language and this particular introduction to it. Python is a great language and you will enjoy programming in it. This is probably the source of excitement in reviews on this page. Because the book, unfortunately, has a number of flaws.
The tradition of O'Reilly Perl books has been not only to teach you the syntax of Perl, but also to introduce programming techniques and ideas how to make best use of the language features. This Python book scores zero on these points. It focuses on syntax exclusively and this makes it unsuitable for an absolute beginner. The examples are unimaginative. The authors show you how to write correct code for using "dictionaries", but not how to USE "dictionaries". A Perl book author would throw in a program that uses a "hash" to search for duplicate data entries (as they did).
Besides, the flow of the book is uneven. Functions and classes are discussed at length, but built-in data types and exceptions are looked at only briefly. All this is really unfortunate because there are not very many Python books on the market and it is a very good language.
Overall, I think, this book is best for experienced programmers who already know their CS, have to get up to speed with Python very quickly, have $30 to waste, and really love to own O'Reilly books. The rest might be better off by printing out the Python tutorial.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Learn Python FAST for experienced programmers 29. Juli 2000
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I find this a great book for experienced programmers who have used other languages to get to know Python's unique features very well. The exercises at the end of each chapter with their abstract approach inculcate the concepts very well in the reader's mind as opposed to a 'learn by implementing "supposedly practical" stuff' approach which i believe only contributes to fluff in a book. This book could be aptly named Learn Python in X days where at the end of X days you would truly have a useful and in-depth knowledge of the language but this is also a testament to Python's simplicity and lack of idiosyncracies.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Python deserves a better intro. than this 24. Dezember 1999
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Python is a really interesting scripting language--about half way between Perl and Java. This book isn't hard to read, but it's not very interesting or entertaining. It covers a lot of the details of syntax, but doesn't really illustrate what the language is good for or how you would solve real world problems with it. If you like foo() examples, you'll love this book...
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Geared towards first time programmers... 12. Juni 2000
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I would have preferred to give this book 3.5 start, but oh well. I think my opinion of this book would have been better if I was a member of its target audience. I picked it up ( ) about six months ago, and I only had the option of either it or Programming Python (also by Mark Lutz).
After getting through the first couple chapters I became a little restless because of the rate at which it progress's through the language. It falls into the same category as most other introductory level books, it presents both the language and programming as if never before seen by the reader.
I ended up getting getting Beazley's Python Reference, which I was quite happy with. But the one thing I do have to give Mr. Lutz credit for are the "Gotchas" section at the end of every chapter. I think Python is a terrific language, and it incredibly fun to program with, but there are a few things about it that are a little... mmm... odd, i guess. Lutz points them out whereas in a reference type manual they would be presented and a feature of the language rather than something that might trip you up.
There's also something to be said about his later chapters that try and present some of your options, as far as what you can do now that you know Python. A couple of other books I've read, i come away feeling.... "ok.... so what?" You spend all that time learning syntax and data structures, but there's no sampling of their application to anything.
If you've programmed very little (or not at all) get this book, Python is an excellent language to start out on. You don't have to mess around with variable types and pointers which can be a little frustrating in the beginning. Lutz's book is the best to start out with.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent introduction to Python 24. Februar 2000
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Together with "Perl: the programmer's companion", by Nigel Chapman, this is one of the best introductory book I ever read. If you already know "Programming Python", the previous book of Mark Lutz on Python, and are concerned about the possibility that this book was just another messy collection of concepts and tips, relax: this is a completely different object. "learning Python" is a well-designed, well-written and concise book. It gives you all you need to write system administration utilities, Internet-related programs and other small applications. (Should you need a book on TKinter, the standard GUI module of Python, buy "Python and TKinter programming", by John Grayson, Manning publisher).
Consider to buy this book because:
- It is clear and well written. No struggles to understand the basic concepts and having the first programs running.
- It is well-designed and well-structured. You can find the info you need in a snap.
- You get a real understanding of Python, not only a description of its nice features.
- It is concise. In a day or two you will be coding in Python.
- It is a very good guide to keep on your desk. It is the missing part of the online documentation.
- In describes how to perform the most common task with Python. You will not have to reinvent any wheel.
- It describes a few important modules of Python: JPython, TKinter and COM. You can get a feeling of what you can do with Python (but, to go further, you will have to read the online documentation and perform a few experiments by yourself).
Python is a very smart language and deserved a better book than "Programming Python". This is that book.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen No, I don't know C!
Ich las dieses Buch, um Python zu lernen. Ich bin kein absoluter Programmier-Anfänger, und so konnte ich mir anhand von "Learning Python" die Grundlagen - denke ich! Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 22. Februar 2003 von "uschaper"
3.0 von 5 Sternen I dropped this book for tutoring
I just got frustrated with this book, and kept reaching for "The Quick Python Book" by Daryl Harms and Kenneth McDonald, when I wanted to explain a point to someone else. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 23. Juli 2000 von John C. Dunbar
5.0 von 5 Sternen A book that speaks YOUR language!
Awesome python resource. Picking up the intrinsic details of python is made a SNAP with this book. *Finally* a book comes along that has relevant orginization from cover to cover. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 28. Juni 2000 von Daniel Montgomery
4.0 von 5 Sternen Good introduction to Python, but don't buy it
Lutz's book is a pretty good coverage of the material, and is worthy of the O'Reilly name. However, you're even better off buying Harms & McDonald's "The Quick Python... Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 15. Juni 2000 von Andy Lester
1.0 von 5 Sternen learning python
unlike other people who had such a wonderful experience with the book, mine was a complete disaster. Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 27. Mai 2000 veröffentlicht
4.0 von 5 Sternen Good Introduction, but limited
Learning Python is a good introduction, but if you are serious about learning and using python, you will need this book AND the larger Programming Python. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 17. April 2000 von Andrew Diefenthaler
4.0 von 5 Sternen Good starting point for pythoneers
This is a nice beginners textbook for Python which deals with many deatails, so that it is also valuable for people who already know Python. Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 9. Januar 2000 veröffentlicht
5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent introduction to Python
I believe this is an excellent book for learning Python. The author's style is flowing and smooth, the examples well-thought-out, and he makes it really easy to pick up Python. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 23. November 1999 von Neil
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