On 11/12/03 01:37 PM, paul van den bergen sat at the `puter and typed:
> On Wed, 12 Nov 2003 12:54 am, Louis LeBlanc wrote:
> > Wow, that's a fairly complete list. Agree completely on the C/C++
> > application/philosophical differences. The book list missed one very
> > useful C++ book by Josutis, "The C++ Standard" I think. Don't have it
> > handy.
> I agree with all said so far but would add that IMHO, you can't really can't
> go past o'reilly for pretty much any topic on computing... to paraphrase,
> there are plenty of bad computer books but I would guess few of them are
> O'reilly books :-) except maybe UML in a nutshell *shudder*
I guess I've earned a slap to the forhead there. I have close to a
couple thousand invested in O'Reilly books, so I should have mentioned
them right off. I have found the nutshell books don't fit my method
of use though. Most of the cookbooks are very good though.
Louis LeBlanc [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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hour. That's relativity.
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