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    Hi all,

    I am just started learning python online from here. This page instructs me to install some packages related to python to learn and program from

    1. Ted's Mozilla page - Extension Developer's Extension - extension
    developer's extension

    2. Zotero: The Next-Generation Research Tool - Zotero

    3. ActiveState - Free the dragon! - Dynamic Tools for Dynamic Languages - Kumodo

    and python (as its already installed in ubuntu).

    My question is, are these reliable sources to download and install in ubuntu 8.04 (am new to linux).

    Also tell me where can i get "python - beautifulsoup" for the same learning process. i searched in "add/remove" - cant find in it. Please suggest me for all above mentioned things. Thanks in advance.

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    Hi, mailtwogopal!

    I don't see ant reason to download all of those if you're only just started to play around with Python. I would start with the basics at first. Try the info from Python's official site, then for a tutorial go to the Python Tutorial.

    Good luck!
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    This is a good free e-book on python:

    Swaroop C H, The Dreamer A Byte of Python

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    thanx for the book looks real good

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    Activestate are very very very reputable. I use Komodo Edit myself and I think
    it is great. If you are just learning however, stick with a very simple editor.
    Doing so will focus your mind on the language.
    "I used to be with it, then they changed what it was.
    Now what was it isn't it, and what is it is weird and scary to me.
    It'll happen to you too."

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    hi guys,

    many thanks to you all. i follow the instructions as well. Also please suggest me, as am not a programmer basically (test engineer) by profession intends to learn programming and chose python to start with. Please advise me on this regard also. thanks in advance.
    Last edited by mailtwogopal; 07-04-2008 at 04:00 PM. Reason: missed

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    hi wesley,

    thanks to you again. i downloaded the pdf format of guide and i feel it helps me definitely a lot in starting with python prg. thanks once again.

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