Python Index
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This is an index to the Python programming language material on this web site.

  • Lecture Notes these are notes I used when I taught an introductory programming class. You can use them as a readers' guide to the Allen Downey text, "Python for Software Design" as you study it.
  • Text. You can buy the Downey text (Cambridge University Press, ISBN 978-0-521-72596-5) or download a manuscript of the text for free here, under the terms of the GNU Free Document License.
  • Example programs. Here are lots of Python programs, organized by chapters, with descriptions and notes. The best way to learn a new programming language is to study working programs, modify them and observe the results.
  • Python homepage. Everything Python here! You will need to download the Python format appropriate to your computer (Windows, Linux, etc.) The example programs were written for version 2.7.x, but will probably work on version 3.0 with some minor tweaks.
  • CS Vocabulary List. If you don't understand a term in the text or lecture notes, you can probably find it in the cross-referenced list.

  22 August 2013 + steve@difranco.net