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Free coding ebooks books via Amazon e.g Python Programming for Beginners: The Ultimate Guide @ Amazon

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Various free coding books from amazon. Some with really good reviews.
I think I put all the books together the most complicated way that I could find!
Apologies if I have messed up the links and the names of the books.

Hope they help someone.


Python Programming for Beginners: The Ultimate Guide for Beginners to Learn Python Programming: Crash Course on Python Programming for Beginners
amazon.co.uk/dp/…XCY


Python Programming: Your Advanced Guide To Learn Python in 7 Days: ( python guide , learning python , python programming projects , python tricks , python 3 ) (Your place to learn Python with ease)
amazon.co.uk/dp/…1BE

Python Programming For Beginners: Learn The Basics Of Python Programming (Python Crash Course, Programming for Dummies)
amazon.co.uk/dp/…VXN


JavaScript: JavaScript Awesomeness Book (Awesomeness Books 3)
amazon.co.uk/dp/…8ZV


Programming for Computations - Python: A Gentle Introduction to Numerical Simulations with Python 3.6 (Texts in Computational Science and Engineering Book 15)
amazon.co.uk/dp/…081


A Quick Guide to C# with Unity: Get Started with C# in Unity in less than 60 minutes
amazon.co.uk/dp/…Q2X


Computer Programming for Absolute Beginners : 3 Books in 1 - Learn the Art of Computer Programming and Start Your Journey as A Self-Taught Programmer
amazon.co.uk/dp/…TMW


JavaScript Quick Learning Guide with 35 Projects: Practical Concepts Including Downloadable Source Code (JavaScript Quick Learning Guide with Projects Book 2)
amazon.co.uk/dp/…VGP
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    Outstanding list thanks OP
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    Thanks Op
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    Awesome 👌
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    Ho ho ho! 🎅🏻
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    Heat @lm121 plus brownie points for including all the books in one post!
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    Who needs programming books any more? Go over to openai.com and ask chatGPT to write the program for you. It's remarkably clever.
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    Yes if you want code, that may or may not work.... I have tested it and often the code doesn't work. There is also GitHub Copilot, which is more development focused.
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    My wife tends to program my Python-to not work.
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    Fantastic list thank you!
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    Thanks Op
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    Thanks Op, here’s all the 🔥I can muster to give you in this cold weather
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    Thanks
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    Does anyone have a spare unidays code please?
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    You might one via the discussions page
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    I'm decent with SQL and pretty good with Excel but want to extend into Python...can anyone recommend a beginners hard copy? I'm very contextual (failed IT at school, but have flourished on the job) so need it handy when I find the right scenario to give it a go. Doesn't have to be a massive text, just a starters guide to see if I can grasp the basic concept well enough!
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    Odd Amazon message on the first one “Available for download now - we don’t know when or if this item will be back in stock” — an Amazon programming error? UNavailable seems more appropriate! (edited)
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    Thank you OP for the amazing finds
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    Everyone on HUKD must be ace Python coders by now
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    Great, thank you. Should be useful until the likes of GPT3 can meta search all the posts on websites such as stack exchange... and then shortly after AI programming will put me out of a job ; )
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    Any python programmers in here with some general tips and advice for a beginner?
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    Not a hardcore programmer, I use it mainly for mathematics. Syntax is pretty much basic English, use pypi to download your libraries, understand indentation, etc. Say you want to work with university level maths, you need to import libraries like numpy, sympy, scipy etc. Here is an example of a library called langdetect that I imported and worked with it. I hope I am making sense. You can use Python's IDE (integrated development environment) or Visual Studio Code (VSC) by Microsoft. I use both, I prefer VSC as I can go back and edit code
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    Great finds thanks OP!
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    Awesome, thanks OP!
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    Computer Programming for Absolute Beginners : 3 Books in 1


    not free. only on unlimited.

    thanks for all the others (edited)
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    That's a shame it was free when I downloaded and posted the deal.
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    Nice find. Thanks OP
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    Remember folks. Time is money. Make sure they're good
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    EoS?
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