You Can Program in C++: A Programmer's Introduction This book is intended for a very different readership: you should already be comfortable with the
basics of programming. Exactly how you have acquired those basics will result in different expectations and
problems with learning C++. One of the delights of C++ is its ability to handle the programming paradigms
of most of the...
Programming Language Pragmatics, Second Edition "Michael Scott's book could have been entitled: Why Programming Languages Work. It takes a fresh look at programming languages by bringing together ideas and techniques usually covered in disparate language design, compiler, computer architecture, and operating system courses. Its comprehensive and integrated presentation of language... Apache Struts 2 Web Application Development
Struts 2.1 is a modern, extensible, agile web application framework suitable for both small- and large-scale web applications.
The book begins with a comprehensive look at Struts 2.1 basics, interspersed with detours into more advanced development topics. You'll learn about configuring Struts 2.1 actions, results, and interceptors via...
Ruby inherits characteristics from various languages—Lisp, Smalltalk, C, and Perl, to name a few. Metaprogramming comes from Lisp (and Smalltalk). It’s a bit like magic, which makes something astonishing possible. There are two kinds of magic: white magic, which does good things, and black magic, which can do nasty things. Likewise,...
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