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The best ways to learn Python are online through Interactive courses. As Python is lightweight, many websites that teach Python implement online shells for you to interactively use and play along with learning tutorials.
Learn Python the Hard Way -Zed A. Shaw, Nov 2013, 320 pages
The definitive book on learning Python. If you are looking for a source guide compendium to take you form an entry level understanding of Python programming, object oriented programming and high level languages to an confident advanced user in one book, then this is the book to read.
Official Python Beginners interactive exercises -https://wiki.python.org/moin/BeginnersGuide/NonProgrammer
For Beginners , this website contains a beginner course from the official python developers.
Official Python Blog -https://docs.python.org/3.6/tutorial/index.html
For advanced users, the official Python 3 documentation contains all up to date references to the Python programming language.
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Python.org official documentation -https://docs.python.org/3/index.html