You could visit the website "http://aima.cs.berkeley.edu/"
or "http://norvig.com" for get the "Python" source code.
I have study 1/3 python code and think the "python" source code is
not enough, I mean that "python" source code has not covered all
pseudo-code and exercise in this book. Especially for exercises after
chapter 11 ("planning agent"). The website said that it is necessary
to read "lisp" source code of this parts, and the reason is "these
source code which is written by lisp and too excellent to write in
Therefore I think "lisp" should be learned if you want to continue to
do programming exercise and read others source code after chapter 11.
This is just my idea.
--- In email@example.com, "sam_tardif" <stardif10@h...> wrote:
> I'm a high school student from Australia. I just got AIAMA from a
> library, and must say that so far it has been an excellent read.
> However, I would like to see some answers to the exercises written
> Python so I can see how I am doing. I've only learnt bits and
> of Scheme, so I can't make a great deal of sense from the CLisp