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Very new to python...How to start?? Please guide...

MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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https://www.coursera.org/course/programming1
start today it has started from 2 days very basic fundamentals of python cover here
http://info.p2pu.org/2012/08/21/its-alive-the-mechanical-mooc-offers-gentle-intro-to-python/

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New to code altogether or just to Python? The Python course will start soon, maybe you can wait for everyone or you can try to get started on the materials a bit earlier if u want.
If you need hands-on experience, you might try: http://www.codecademy.com/tracks/python It makes you code rather than listen to lectures.
Thankyou all for your reply...I have joined coursera....would be following all the guideline on it.....
You can start with a tutorial : http://thenewboston.org/list.php?cat=36 or with a book :http://www.wowebook.be/book/python-in-a-nutshell-2nd-edition/ As there are many teaching styles ,i would advise you to try more books,or tutorials and stick with the one you're comfortable with ! Well,i hope this helps ,but if you have another question,message me and i will do my best to help you !

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