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How to Think Like a Computer Scientist, C++ Version

AuthorAllen B. Downey Entered2001-01-19 14:52:42 by bcrowell
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SubjectQ.A - Mathematics. Computer science (programming languages)
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Perhaps this is too early.
by whp on 2001-11-26 17:07:11, review #145
better than 80%
better than 80%
It may be too early to say if this is a great book, but I can say it has been a great three chapters. I plan to read on, and learn C++. For three chapters, things have been pretty clear, and there have been a couple bits of dry humor. It has been worth the read, and should give a full review when I finish the book. Thanks, and please excuse that I am writing a review of just three chapters, but they have been the best of any on-line book about C++ I have ever read.

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