Hi all, I am dyslexic person and find it very hard to read and write without assistance, I was wondering if there are any good Videos or computer based book that teach Pyton 3.1.3 for begginers that could be recommended. The reason for this is that I can see the video and learn from it and computer based book can be read to myself by specialist program like one I am using to help me write this posting. I would be grateful for any help with this.

Thankyou for your time.

Thankyou for your reply since making this posting I have been watching a video on yourtube done by Google and I am a bit confussed now as to which is best version of python to use for a begginer. I got python 2.7 and 3.1.3, I am completly lost as to which version of python to use !! Could use some recommendations here..
Thanks very much

Edited 5 Years Ago by FAITH2011: spelling mistakes

I would use Python 2.7, simply because there are so many more tutorials and examples on the internet. Python 3x isn't yet supported by many useful libraries, so Python 2.7 is the way to go at the moment. One day there will be a big shift where the majority jumps across to 3x, but at the moment, just stick to version 2.
(Please upvote my helpful posts :) )
EDIT: Thanks for the upvote :)

Edited 5 Years Ago by SgtMe: n/a

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