Linux Journal: Python Book ReviewsApr 20, 2000, 22:19 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Here we have three very different books. All were released in late 1999, doubling the number of available titles on Python."
"Let me show my prejudices right away. Guido van Rossum wrote the forward to Python Essential Reference. This immediately made me expect more from this title, and I feel it delivered more."
"Its intended audience is experienced programmers. While the first chapter is called ``A Tutorial Introduction'', it is less than 11 pages long and would be of little use to a newcomer to programming. If, however, you are new to Python but not to programming, the chapter is a good introduction."
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