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Re: [Xen-devel] Xen 1.3/2.0 and stability. what i'm goign to do with it.....

> Due to the plethora of "in-30-days" and online learning sites, what url would 
> you reccomend for learning python quickly?
> I can make out the general semantics, so it'd be mostly a crash course for 
> someone that is already used to programing in general.

The main python.org site has some good docs, both online and in pdf.


There's a good tutorial, along with the standard library
reference. I find I often have the library reference up in a
web browser window as the range of available modules is superb
and it's always worth searching to see if there's something off
the shelf you can use.  There's loads of 3rd party modules for
niche stuff too.

We try to have the python used in the Xen project compliant with
the python 2.2 spec, as this is what is shipped with RH9. There's
some nice new features in the 2.3 release, but nothing we can't
live without.

As always, the best way to learn is just to look at someone
else's code. I wouldn't particularly recommend looking at ours!


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