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Date: 2003-03-13 (03:44)
From: Graham Guttocks <graham_guttocks@y...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] OCaml popularity
William Lovas <> wrote: 

> What about the O'Reilly book, "Developing Applications With
> Objective Caml"?


> Like i said, it's not quite ideal at this point, but i'm surprised
> nobody's mentioned it yet.

I'm not that surprised.  I got nothing out of the book when I tried to
read it.  It reads like a reference manual, so it may be of more use
once I've learned the language, but it's not an adequate introductory
text IMO.

Despite its brevity, I got more out of:

Then I did the first several sections of the O'Reilly translation.
This clear, explanatory style was much easier to digest.

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