Admit it, Mark @frauenfelder . You finally bought a Python book because you love that cover.
PS: BASIC is very much a real language - the matrix operators and string functions were very advanced for the time.
As they say on their website, there’s also a video course that compliments it (with a coupon for half off), as well as the whole book available under the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license.
It’s a good introduction (and he has other books on his website that are at about the same level.) The author is active on r/learnpython as well.
What’s really needed is a good intermediate book that covers things like project layouts, unit testing etc. (He does cover logging in ATBS.)
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