By John Ritter, John R. Pappas, &c. 

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What’s in the book?

The Definitive Python Guide is a book with a great deal of information on the most popular programming languages.

This is an excellent sourcebook for anyone looking to get into Python.

There are also plenty of Python reference books that you can buy, and a few free Python course books.

The Definitive Guide also includes a few other books: The Complete Python Programming Language Book by Michael Evans, the Python Coding Language book by Paul Graham and the Python Reference Manual by Peter Cook, and the Python Programming Toolkit by Nathan Stott.

This book is also an excellent reference for the C programming language.

If you want to learn more about the Python language, the Definitive Guide is worth a look.

There are also two Python book covers, one with a logo from the Python project, and one without.

All the books are available for free on the PSF website.