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Python 3 Object Oriented Programming

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The book begins with the very foundations of OOP and then uses practical examples to show how to correctly implement Object Oriented Programming in Python. Many examples are taken from real-world projects. The book focuses on high-level design as well as the gritty details of the Python syntax. The provided exercises inspire the reader to think about his or her own code, r...more
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Published July 26th 2010 by Packt Publishing
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David
I'm an amateur programmer, and own several python books. I've tinkered with C++ in the past, but never felt I had a good handle on Object Oriented concepts (especially design patterns) until reading this book. Python is an excellent, relatively easy to use programming language, but I've found that instruction concerning object oriented concepts (and especially design patterns) which were based on other languages (predominantly Java or C++) didn't quite fit with Python. This book does an excellen...more
Charles
Seems like a decent book, but not exactly what I was looking for: something to allow an experienced PHP developer to pick up Python with a minimum of strain. Instead it seemed to assume some basic experience with Python and largely concentrated on the details and theory of specific object-oriented Python issues. So if that's your current need, it's probably quite useful, and I may find it something I need to refer to later as I get up to speed with the language.
Gert
Clear book on OO in Python3. Strongly recommended.
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