Alternatives to Python ?

andrew cooke andrew at acooke.org
Sat Jun 21 01:56:31 CEST 2003


you could try downloading the book from
http://www.info.ucl.ac.be/~pvr/ - it tries (successfully!) to
introduce different approaches to programming through subsets of the
oz/mozart language (so you get the equivalent of several languages in
your one book).  alternatively, wait til it's published by mit (soon,
i believe), and then buy it (cheaper than printing it out, i suspect,
as it's a big book).

note that the download will go when the book comes out.

andrew

ps i have a list of other free books at 
http://www.acooke.org/andrew/writing/free-comp-books.html


Gary Duncan <gmduncan at netspace.net.au> writes:
> There's been occasional not-unfavourable comments in this news-group
> about the pros-and-cons of other so-called "high-level-languages" like
> Ruby, and Haskell , and others too.
>
> I can't afford to buy more than one such book from the list of HLLs;
> so what would you suggest ?
>
>
> - Gary  (currently reading "Don Qixote - for Dummies" - hilarious )
>
> -- 
> http://mail.python.org/mailman/listinfo/python-list
>

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