[Coco] books

Manny cocolist at invigorated.org
Tue Nov 27 13:08:13 EST 2007

Chester A Patterson wrote:
> I'm a dweeb when it comes to programming. I've messed plenty with DECB,
> some with assembler, else not. I've looked at the books on Ebay and
> Amazon (I live in Costa Rica and EVERYTHING has gotta come via post) and
> I'm lost. Suggestions welcome. Assembler, C, Pascal or whatever else you
> think I should learn (and can get easily) for Cocoing. Thanks. /Chester

It really depends on what you want to accomplish or do. I find that if I 
want something done quickly, I use Python. (Actually, I'm finding I like 
Python for everything else as well...) But, I also like to use C (I'm 
slowly learning C++ and Java) for other things where I think the 
language does a better job.

So, for learning purposes (+ everything else, really) I'd go with Python 
or C / C++.


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