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I want to learn Python, but I don't know which good software I could use to do that. Furthermore, I'd like to take a good course to learn this language.

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  1. Which good software could I use to do that?
  2. What kind of good website (course) could I use to learn Python?
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  • Have you seen the Beginners' guide?
    – SáT
    Dec 17, 2016 at 23:56
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    This is not a software recommendation question. It its about development of a learning plan.
    – ddbug
    Dec 18, 2016 at 16:54

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The best tools for learning Python are:

  1. Python
  2. Python
  3. A text editor that you are happy with, ideally one that syntax highlights.
  4. An internet connection to get to Stack Overflow, the forums, online learning material, etc.
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  • "Online learning material"... What are you recommend?
    – J.Doe
    Dec 18, 2016 at 17:39
  • Personally I like Python 101 & Dive Into Python for a beginner but github.com/revolunet/PythonBooks is well worth a look. There are also sites which set problems for you to solve, etc., the Python User Groups. Dec 18, 2016 at 18:24
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For learning resources check out this interactive tutorial, these are good due to there practical nature.

If you are like me and jump in at the deep end, try out learn python the hard way.

Finally, this one is Ubuntu specific, if that is your need.

For the actual coding, I recommend the default environment, call it with

python

in a terminal and get coding.

If you like a simple GUI, use a text editor, I like gedit (Ubuntu default), it has full syntax highlighting of files saved with the .py extension.

If you want a full IDE, check out this post on AskUbuntu, for a large list.

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