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I've said it before and i'll say it again, there are few better ways to motivate a young kid to learn to program than the promise of being able to create their games.  Here's a python book written with the same idea in mind:

Invent Your Own Computer Games with Python


This looks like a great find mouser - an intro the python, pygame and the debugger all-in-one.

I just downloaded this about a month ago. I thought it was really old so I didn't bother mentioning it here. :-[

I noticed the code in the book is black and white.

Does someone know of any (preferably easy) ways one might transform the code content to be syntax-highlighted?  I'd like to carry an offline version on a small device that doesn't have an editor on it so copy-pasting the code to an editor doesn't seem like such a good option.

One rather manual way might be to manually copy-paste into:

and replace the original code with the results.  Oh what fun...

Perhaps trying to apply:

would be slightly less work...

You could always e-mail Al and ask him to incorporate GeSHI into the HTML version of his site.


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