[QUOTE]\nHello list,\n\nI wonder if I could get some feedback from the list on a Python book I'm \nabout to order from the net. The book is called "Python How to Program" by \nDeithel & Deithel. Issued on Prentice Hall 2002. I'm not an experienced \nPython programmer and I'm looking for a comprehensive but also an \n"understandable" book. I'm also open for suggestions.\n\nBest regards\n\nTim Ronning[/QUOTE]\n\nI have seen it, and I don't like it, in fact I'm not very keen on any\nof the Deitel and Deitel books, so that's -1 from me. I would\nrecommend "Learning Python" as a first book, but that's quite old now,\nmaybe someone has a more up-to-date recommendation. If you are an\nexperienced programmer (but new to Python) then there's plenty of\nmaterial in "Python in a Nuthell".