So I decided to learn Python as my first programming language... So far I kinda like Python(when i say so far, I mean just now i started it just now), I'm using www.codeacademy.com as a tutorial(more on studying the basics first) and so I'm just wondering will I be able to use my experience in Python as I continue to master it on different programming languages such as C, C++, Java etc. And any suggestions on books regarding Python which assumes an absolute beginner on the programming field. I kinda have a year or so before I can take classes for computer science so using that time will give me huge advantage. And one last thing, can you recommend any tutorials, guides or etc. for deeper understanding on the fundamentals regarding this language.
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The nice thing about Python is it's friendly syntax when compared to Java or PHP.
Also Python is a powerful modular language with many modern programming concepts.
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