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  • Title: Learn Python, Break Python: A Beginner's Guide to Programming
  • Author(s) Scott Grant
  • Publisher: LearnPythonBreakPython.com/
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  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10/ASIN: B00IGF3E36
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This book is a hands-on introduction to the Python programming language, written for people who have no experience with programming whatsoever. After all, everybody has to start somewhere.

If you've never used a programming language before, leaping into Python might seem a bit scary at first. You don't need to worry. Learning how to program a computer is far from impossible. Anyone can pick up the art of programming with a little time and a bit of patience.

It starts with a gentle introduction to programming. Slowly, through examples and exercises, we build a level of comfort by introducing more complicated program elements, and show where they can be used and how we can break them. By building up knowledge in this way, we hope to impart a level of comfort that will make you comfortable trying new things and taking risks; in short, we want you to be comfortable with programming.

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