I am currently a software testing student and am taking an intro to Python class now. I am not fond of the book we are using in class. In fact the professor has suggested other books for us to use as supplements and I find myself looking up youtube tutorials just to help make sense of the course book. Do you think, in your unbiased opinion , that your book would make a good college level intro book? My intro programming classes were all in C++. So far I do like Python but it is vastly different and having every detail illustrated in one book, so I don't have to look elsewhere for all the details, would be quite helpful. That is where our school book is lacking. Procedures are not illustrated well with good code examples.