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    • #101202
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      Post the best programming language books

    • #101210
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      • #101269
        Anonymous
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        Who actually reads this thicc ass book
        Tour++ is a much better primer for sepples imo

    • #101211
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      • #101256
        Anonymous
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        Dilate.

      • #101261
        Anonymous
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        /thread

    • #101212
      Anonymous
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      google.com
      it’s a digital book

      • #101213
        Anonymous
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        Your mom is a digital book. Like a lot of people, she has a lot of information about her life in a bunch of different forms: text messages, email, handwritten notes, photos, and old-fashioned handwritten notebooks. Maybe you have all these too. Some are organized, others less so, and some don’t have a particular home.

        You can get access to all these information sources by turning your mom’s memory into text, using digital photo albums, or turning handwritten notes into easy-to-read text.

        • #101219
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          That is not a good programming book.

          Name a better C intro book

          Is this book actually for people starting C or is it just a meme

          Still don’t know what the hell code I’m typing in this language.

          C and C++ are gay dead meme toy languages, we’re here cause universities want to teach you the stupid old way that takes the longest so they can charge you the most

          • #101234
            Anonymous
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            This.
            Code on rust UwU

            • #101235
              Anonymous
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              die

            • #101250
              Anonymous
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              i hate you but i love your house. keep posting but censor the programming socks next time.

            • #101262
              Anonymous
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              if not trans then
              gimme your discord

            • #101270
              Anonymous
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              have a nice day by your socks trannie

            • #101281
              Anonymous
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              show ass

          • #101248
            Anonymous
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            >universities want to teach you the stupid old way that takes the longest
            because it has the highest performance, cope brainlet

            • #101249
              Anonymous
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              yeah no lol modern frameworks are faster than your smelly homebrew C shit, get bonked

          • #101264
            Anonymous
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            >C and C++ are gay dead meme toy languages
            C yes, but C++? bait

    • #101214
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      That is not a good programming book.

      • #101215
        Anonymous
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        Name a better C intro book

        • #101220
          Anonymous
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          >Modern C by Jens Gustedt
          >Learn to Program with C by Noel Kalicharan
          >EFFECTIVE C, an Introduction to Professional Programming.
          >21st Century C (my favorite, and the best)

          Basically any C book in the last 20 years is better than K&R C.

          • #101268
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            I enjoy picrel

            Also this one

            >>EFFECTIVE C, an Introduction to Professional Programming.

    • #101216
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      Is this book actually for people starting C or is it just a meme

      • #101244
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        Honestly it functions best as a primer to programming in general. It’s outdated in terms of practical C, but primitive C is such a simple and straightforward language with such intimacy to computational primitives that working through K&R will give a new programmer a very solid foundation of how and why programming and computing work. The introductory programming course my university mandates is essentially K&R C; same chapter subjects and progression.

        • #101245
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          Is this book actually for people starting C or is it just a meme

          You keep seeing stupid C scrotes saying this for years and all we consistently see is that they actually don’t do this, they never take the leap up to something else. They always just stick with C forever, jerk off writing "pointer hello world art", stick on welfare then post anime girls. Might be because it’s a 60 year old piece of shit that doesn’t actually fit into anything modern even close. This is a stupid college scrote meme that they repeat not seeing how they’ve fallen for the meme to waste 4 years worth of credits. It’s clearly a scam.

    • #101218
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      Still don’t know what the hell code I’m typing in this language.

      • #101236
        Anonymous
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        why the cumshots?

        • #101272
          Anonymous
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          why not

          • #101273
            Anonymous
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            Checked and spermswallowed

    • #101227
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      • #101237
        Anonymous
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        This.
        Code on rust UwU

        have a nice day trannie

      • #101239
        Anonymous
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        If you wanna reprogram yourself to be a scrotebrain

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      • #101243
        Anonymous
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        only post worth listening to

    • #101238
      Anonymous
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      Solid book for beginners.

      • #101240
        Anonymous
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        this ones how I got started. what would be the next step up from this?

        • #101241
          Anonymous
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          Don’t know, I’m reading it. Probably to start writing programs on your own. Or broadening your knowledge from programming to other CS topics too like Data structures and algorithms.

        • #101263
          Anonymous
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          write programs

          care to describe it in your own words?

        • #101279
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          >what would be the next step up from this?
          C++ talks from CppCon (there’s a couple nice on move semantics, SFINAE and dark corners of C++), "C++ weekly" episodes by J. Turner maybe, books by Scott Meyers. Most importantly though, write programs.

          https://doc.rust-lang.org/book/

          chud language for trannies as

          This.
          Code on rust UwU

          kys

          • #101280
            Anonymous
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            *nice ones

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    • #101246
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      Kent Beck, Test Driven Development By Example.

      Seriously changed how I worked when I read it.

    • #101247
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      > Code Complete
      > a current concise handbook for your language, so K&R is ok for C

    • #101251
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      So far it’s been a pretty good book for coding foundations in a specific niche. Even if you don’t plan on sticking with C++ it’s still good for the discipline if you’re starting from square one.

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      • #101253
        Anonymous
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        Shitty meme, dead toy language

        So far it’s been a pretty good book for coding foundations in a specific niche. Even if you don’t plan on sticking with C++ it’s still good for the discipline if you’re starting from square one.

        Also a dead toy language

        • #101254
          Anonymous
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          SIR

        • #101255
          Anonymous
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          >two of the top 5 currently most used programming languages
          >dead toy language

          • #101258
            Anonymous
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            there’s lots of scrotebrains, sure

            SIR

            u poor

            • #101259
              Anonymous
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              But you said it’s "dead". If it’s one of the current five most popular languages it’s not dead, regardless of how many users are idiots.

        • #101271
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          oops, I replied to two posts on accident, I meant to just reply to

          https://doc.rust-lang.org/book/

    • #101257
      Anonymous
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      This is why I learned Rust

    • #101260
      Anonymous
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      I feel that this book is harder than it needs to be. It’s pretty tricky at times if you don’t use any outside help

    • #101265
      Anonymous
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      What book do you guys recommend for C#? I used pic related for learning C and I liked it (I didn’t get that far), something similar for C# maybe?
      My University courses are starting and they’re going to use C#, so I need to switch to it.
      What are the best books for C# in general?

      • #101275
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        For picking it up quickly at the beginning the Yellow Book is good. It also serves as an intro to programming in general so I’m not sure if that is what you want or not.

        https://www.robmiles.com/c-yellow-book/

        • #101276
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          Beat my by 2 seconds lol

        • #101278
          Anonymous
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          Any other intro to programming books that explain core stuff in accessible way?

    • #101266
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      Recommend me a language neutral/C++ book for Data Structures and algorithms. I’m an absolute beginner

      • #101267
        Anonymous
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        Homestuck Act 1 I freaking shit you not

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