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From: Fred Yankowski <fred@o...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] poll - need for a good introductory OCaml book (LONG)
On Fri, Mar 14, 2003 at 12:12:08AM -0800, Sergey Goldgaber wrote:
> I think something like a "C Programmer's Introduction to OCaml" or
> "From C to OCaml" book would be really great.

I found Ullman's "Elements of ML Programming" useful back when I was
learning Standard ML, in good part because he would deliberately
contrast ML programming features against C/imperative language
features.  That said, it's not like his book led to a flourishing of
standard ML among C programmers.

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