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be more specific please. what course are you doing?
With 6.00? If that's the case just start on the MIT OCW website which is linked to this one. It will have the video lectures to get started. After watching about half of them you will be ready to start coding, (as it happened for me). Ask questions in here.
Supplement with LearnPythonTheHardWay.com/python (i believe, you might have to google that) lessons and read the book "Think Python" and make sure you do all the lessons in it.
That's what I am doing at least!
And if I helped you, please hit best answer so I can get some kudos :)
For a COMPREHENSIVE LIST:
http://wiki.python.org/moin/BeginnersGuide/NonProgrammers (FOR BEGINNING PROGRAMMERS) If you are not here for python, well then you should ask someone else! Happy Learning!
If you want "super" gentle introduction to both programming and python you may consider looking at this book (http://briggs.net.nz/snake-wrangling-for-kids.html), PDF is made available for downloading by the author free of charge. Use book version 0.7.2 for Python; Linux, Mac, Windows modifications of the book are available.
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If you are looking for a way to learn the most out of the Python route of this courseware, consider following along in Intro to Python with http://wiki.python.org/moin/BeginnersGuide/Programmers. It was quite helpful to me. Please do know that I learned Visual Basic and Java(intermediate ability) before starting Python!