• anonymous
can anyone tell me which is the best book for programming
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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  • katieb
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  • isis
It depends on what programming lang. you'd like to learn and on your 'reading style' (by that I mean if you like authors who don't fool around with concepts and write the straight facts with no fancy boxes or unreallistic examples)
  • anonymous
thanks isis
  • anonymous
A no non-sense approach to learning and getting to the basics, can be done with the "For Dummy's" series. It won't make you a professional programmer but will definatly get you started

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