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From: Daniel M. Albro <albro@h...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] poll - need for a good introductory OCaml book

	Aw, man, don't bring up the "Freedom Fries," I was already
embarrassed enough for my country as it is!  Anyway, I think the
O'Reilly book is actually quite good for learning, if you do all
of the exercises and stuff.  We just need to get O'Reilly to publish
the English version (and there are still a few exercise solutions to
translate into English).


On Thu, 2003-03-13 at 00:28, Shawn Wagner wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 13, 2003 at 04:35:22PM +1300, Graham Guttocks wrote:
> > [reposting, as the first one didn't seem to go through]
> > 
> > There seems to me clearly, a lack of a good, tutorial style,
> > introductory book about OCaml in English.  Something akin to
> > ``Programming Perl'' (as someone mentioned).
> 
> Don't you mean Learning Perl?
> 
> There's already a Programming Perl reference manual equivalent, though you
> have to read French (Er, excuse me, Freedom ;)) to get any use out of the
> dead tree version.
-- 
Daniel M. Albro <albro@humnet.ucla.edu>

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