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From: Graham Guttocks <graham_guttocks@y...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] OCaml popularity
Pierre Weis <> wrote:
> This may be the main drawback of Objective Caml: there is no
> ``Objective Caml for dummies''. That may be the price to pay to use
> a powerful and theoretically well-founded language.

Do you mean that such a book could not be written, or simply that it
just has not been written yet?  I personally would like to see an
``Objective Caml for dummies'' as the available introductory material
(in English) is pretty poor IMO.

> learning Caml is indeed profitable to the way you deal with
> programming problems, but on the other hand, yes, it is not so easy

In you said:

``Caml is a programming language, easy to learn, easy to use''.

So is it easy or not easy?

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