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Hello Expert,
Is there a good tutorial on python?
Thanks.

Allen Pitts, Dallas Texas
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What do you mean by "good," and what are you looking to gain from said tutorial?

Have you considered starting with the micro tutorials on EE?
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by:9apit
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Hello kaufmed,

The biggest problem I have had is setting up the IDE.
I just found this one
http://sthurlow.com/python/
and it took me through the IDE set up.

I will also try the Micro Tutorials

Thanks

Allen
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Which IDE?
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by:Tj a
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Hello kaufmed,

As suggested by someone else, try the microtutorials on EE. They are great for quick simple tutorials if you don't want to spend hours upon hours staring at a computer.
There are other sources worth looking into that I used when I was learning Python. I have listed  them below:
1) http://www.learnpython.org/
2) A book called Learn Python the hard way (Zed A Shaw)
3) If you are on Windows 8/8.1 there is a free app called Programming Tutorials that has simple tutorials by a guy named Bucky. You could also look up his videos on his website called thenewboston.com

Hope this helps.
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