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I want to start learning Python. What are the ways in which I can learn python step by step?
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I don't know nothing about Python, but I think best way of learning is by practice. So maybe start learning some basic programming principles and start writing simple programs. Learn a concept one concept a week and practice it. That's how I learn Java and I think I'm making a good progress.
 
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Think Python is a good introduction to Python as well as basic programming skills.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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