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Anybody knows the textbook used for this course? I have read a book named the core programming for Python which is really usefull and helpfull for studying Python. I recommend it to all of you.

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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Check out the readings for the course. Check out the Python docs and an online book called How to think like a computer scientist.
The Python Docs are docs you can get from websit. I think it is just Doc which we need to refer to when we need it. Thanks for your remind the book How to think like a computer scientist.
All right, the best book which the professor recommended named Python Programming: An Introduction to Computer Science, while i have got the E-book.

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linuspy Have a look see if you can get a copy of Learning Python by Mark Lutz. It's very good.

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