Tell me, please, what is the analogue of for python?
From time to time I read the book of the famous and omnipotent author I.Kantor, thank you very much for the DECENT material, so only the team can express the material correctly.
But! I'm looking for a similar book or tutorial on python!
Maybe someone knows? Preferably with tasks and theory!)
Thank you very much in advance!
  • Would you even distorted the idol's name)) – Throbbing Flatulence May 13 '19 at 16:42
  • Throbbing Flatulence, I beg your pardon! Corrected. – Annoying5 May 14 '19 at 09:44

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There is no analog.If you are looking for a good Python tutorial, take"Learn Python" Lutz.
With tasks, but almost without theory - checkio.But there is a solution rating system: by solving a problem, you get access to other people's solutions , sorted by rating, and gain experience.
There are wonderful courses on pythontutor, wonderful, but I do not recommend relying heavily on it.Still, you shouldn’t neglect books, they are a very good search.In general, the best training is a practice, if you have already chosen a direction, start taking the smallest orders, along with blood, then missing documentation and open source, then everything will go by itself.
SoloLearn is an application for IOS and Android, there is a web interface, ide(for solving examples), many languages ​​to learn.Literate Russian translation.From the minuses it does not support Cyrillic in ide(at least a month ago for Python).
  • Is this app on the phone?
    I had such an application, only for JS.
    – Annoying5 May 14 '19 at 09:43
  • There is a web interface, and the application is available on Android and Iyos – Forgotten74 May 15 '19 at 10:09