Python Programming Language


    Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language.It combines remarkable power with very clear syntax written by Guido van Rossum. It has modules, classes, exceptions, very high level dynamic data types, and dynamic typing. Python was designed to be a highly readable language. It aims toward an uncluttered visual layout, using English keywords frequently where other languages use punctuation.
       You can start practicing Python from this CD. Python interpreter can be started from a terminal as shown below;

#python

Now you can start typing python commands. Another way to do it is to write your code into a text file using and editor, like gedit, and execute it using the python interpreter. Alternatively you can use the Integrated Environment 'ipython' from the main menu.


Documentation

Think Python is downloaded  from Here

Python for Education  and Example Programs .

Ubuntu and Debian users may dowload learn-by-coding.deb. It contains the PDF file and the examples code with a code browser program.

There are plenty of python resources on the web.