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Python 3 Object Oriented Programming [Kindle Edition]

Dusty Phillips
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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, rather than providing solved problems. If you're new to Object Oriented Programming techniques, or if you have basic Python skills and wish to learn in depth how and when to correctly apply Object Oriented Programming in Python, this is the book for you. If you are an object-oriented programmer for other languages, you too will find this book a useful introduction to Python, as it uses terminology you are already familiar with. Python 2 programmers seeking a leg up in the new world of Python 3 will also find the book beneficial, and you need not necessarily know Python 2.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1488 KB
  • Print Length: 404 pages
  • Publisher: Packt Publishing (26 July 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005O9OFWQ
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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If you have studied python basics it can be hard finding how to progress from there. I would recommend this book as a good place to start figuring out how to do some real world programming. It is well written with good examples and covers a lot of ground without being verbose.

It will help you fully understand object oreientated programming principles and also touches on things like sqlalchemy for database interaction and cherrypy for web development.
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5.0 out of 5 stars What a superb book! 5 Nov 2012
By Matthew
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I am fairly new to programming and finished my 1st Python book, Python Programming for the absolute beginner. It was a joy to read and i didn't think another book could match it, but oh boy was i wrong:) This book, Python 3 Object Oriented Programming, is so much fun. It really encourages you to keep challenging yourself. I keep on learning new things, so i will have a lot of material to refer back to. There just isn't a boring moment with this book.

What i really like is that not only is my knowledge on OOP getting a lot stronger, it's that the examples, even though covering OOP, revolve around coding not related to OOP. So i get to learn many things all at once. Like on chapter 6, I had an idea of what data structures were, but i had never fully understood things like sets, which were absent in my previous book. Now however, i fully understand sets and know exactly when to implement them. I got a taste of my own webserver(something i thought was a long way from happening) and how to use modules like urllib and hashlib. I'm learning how to read general coding relating to different aspects of Python. It's very challenging which keeps me entertained.

The scope of this book is OOP, so not every Python/programming detail can be fully covered, but the author introduces his readers to a lot of things that can make their programming life a lot easier. For instance on chapter 1, we are introduced to UML, and while UML in it's entirety isn't covered, more than enough of it is covered to help you use it in your OOP coding, from analysis, to design.. which will make the actual coding(OOP) so much more straight forward. I should know, im reaping the benefits as i type this:) You now have the choice to learn UML in full if you please.
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By JB
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This book is brimming with valuable information and details. The language is straightforward. Covers many issues of OOP, including in-depth sections of Pythons build-in structures: List, Directories, Set, Generators, etc.
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