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Nicolas Brasseur
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Joined: Nov 09, 2001
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Hi I am looking for a good Jython book ...
Any idea ?


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Frank Carver
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I quite like Rick Hightower's "Python Programming with the Java class libraries" but a lot depends on what you want to do with Jython. Just as I couldn't recommend "the best" Java book, it's hard to recommend "the best" Jython book.
Any more details on what you want to do?


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Juanjo Bazan
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Joined: Feb 04, 2002
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I guess you are familiar with Java. If so, this is a nice book:
Jython for Java Programmers.
Anyway, my suggestion is to get a good python basis before learning jython, this is a really useful book for it:Python in a nutshell
HTH
[ September 10, 2003: Message edited by: Juanjo Bazan ]
 
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