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Yes, the official docs are a good start. If you can find it for cheap, "Beginning Python" by Apress is a TERRIFIC book, and what I'm using to learn Python. Really, you can start writing basic Python programs in an hour if you put your mind to it. And it's very powerful. A calculator in Python is a one-liner.

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eval(raw_input("Enter an arithmetic expression: "))

Game, Set, Match Python

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Mad props to omega_ion for joining the team.

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If anyone's new to programming, but wants to help out, I can reccomend some reading and give some tips out so you can learn Python and get you're feet on the ground.

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