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kenju254 Group Title

Who knows a good book where i can learn OOP in Python?

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  1. EdwardBeckett Group Title
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    http://www.python.org/workshops/1997-10/proceedings/savikko.html

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    http://python.org/workshops/1997-10/proceedings/atom/

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    If you have a smartphone that uses the Android operating system, look in the Android market for an app called Dive into Python. It is a very good resource on Python 3.0. As you may already know, Python is not 'backwards' compatible, however, learning the concepts of OOP in Python should be the same regardless of the version. I hope this answer helps.

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    first learn the concepts of OOP because there is no such a thing as OOP Phyton, there is a way of programming/Thinking in OOP way, so learn OOP fundamentals first then use any programming language in the OOP way. Hope that helps, Good Luck

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