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C++ Language Tutorial — Basics of C++: Structure of a Program

Initially, I looked at C++ Language Tutorial by Juan SouliĆ©, but I found Thinking in C++ by Bruce Eckel recommended on the KDE development page, so I am going to read both. At first glance, Eckel’s book looks like a really heavy read. If I may say so, it’s very… hard-core? Perhaps bleak? Okay, I […]

Dive Into Python — Chapter 2. Your First Python Program

I’ve been working my tail off for the past two months to finish some schoolwork by a March deadline. It was my fault, but how I hate it! I still have a July deadline that is about to eat me, but you don’t care about that. :) Because of the helpful distractions, I haven’t been […]

Learning Common Lisp

Many online sources say that Lisp is a “programmable programming language.” Defining my own macros, being creative, and all that sounded a lot like the Art of Problem Solving spirit. So I decided to learn it. I’m reading Practical Common Lisp by Peter Seibel. The examples make things clear. I can’t say much else because […]