I am new to this forum and new to learning Python. I was looking for a good book to help teach it to myself and on a recommendation purchased the book Python Programming In Context by Bradley Miller and David Ranum.
This is a good book in terms of teaching the concepts to a beginner. However, I think the "beginner" intended for this book was a student in a structured class setting, which I am not.
The book offers practice exercises throughout, but does not give the solution for them to check your answer and/or see where you went wrong.
I have tried getting my money back for this book, but the place I purchased it refused since it was past their return policy date.
My question is if any of you have this book and maybe bought a version with the exercise solutions?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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