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Vincent

I have started reading 2 out of the three. I really liked them. I would suggest all, just because they are sort of connected and will serve as good reinforcement.

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Don.D

This might be helpful... Book Review: Black Hat Python

Also, anything by Al Sweigart is good. His books are freely available under a Creative Commons license on his website Invent with Python. I'm personally fond of Automate the Boring Stuff with Python. Most of his books, even the ones that seem to be more advanced, start with the very basics and are meant for beginners.

Even "Cracking Codes with Python" gets deep into crypto but starts with an intro to Python. Check out "Book Review: Cracking Codes with Python" on EH-Net for details and even a link to a GitHub Repo created by the review writer, Ray Doyle, to help complete the exercises in the book.

Don

PS - Ray Doyle was chosen from a list of eLS Students to do the book review published on EH-Net. You could be next!

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