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Can I switch from Java Basic to Python?

 
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Hi There,

I am in a dilemma whether to go with Java or Python. I am an intermediate learner in Java with the knowledge of Core Java, JDBC, JSP and servlets.

Is it fine to start with Python . If Yes could you please suggest the way I can approach to learn the Python efficiently.
 
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Why not use both?  I use Python as a prototype language and a sort of "scripting language on steroids" and I use Java for my professional projects (web applications for the most part).  There's plenty of developers using Python as their primary language as well.  
I found this book to be a helpful introduction to Python:
Think Python
 
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