Re: rotflmao

In message <>,
James Henstridge <> writes
>If you already know a programming language, I would suggest any book
>without "teach yourself ... in 21 days", "idiots guide to ..." or "... for
>dummies".  I personally learned C using "Programming in ANSI C" by Stephen
>G. Kochan, but I don't know if that is still available.  Also, probably
>don't go for a book thicker than about 2 or 3 centimetres, or it will take
>forever to learn :)

Is there are C++ involved in Gnome? I'm currently a 2nd yr Comp Sci
student learning the language and I'd love to help out. BTW I started
out in C doing my A-Level Comp Sci project (an Acorn GUI BBS that never
quite worked ;)

FWIW, 2nd yr recommended reading (at my uni anyway) for C++ is:

C++ How to Program
Deitel & Deitel
Prentice Hall
ISBN 0-13-528910-6
James Green

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