You Tube is also a good place to learn python as there are several tutorials to locate. I have also found several free e-books, these are helpful as well almost better than the hard copies, because you can search easy and highlight portions you need then print sections later. Good luck!
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Me thinks your comment to the other guy got posted as a question. Hehe.
Yeah Youtube is amazing, but from the first lecture I think we should focus on the conputational thinking skill, right? After this course getting to know Python is fine but I expect to have a skill of logical thinking, solving problem in a more computational and logical way than I am right now
Yes, logical thinking is one of the keys. This was a reply to a different question that he accidentlally posted in the wrong place, byt also put there. All that came out in the other.