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From: David Thomas <david_hd@y...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Games
I would probably recommend a B&W book, and some
examples and pictures online.  That way the pictures
and examples cost you nothing to distribute, people
can have a nice handy dead-tree copy, and other people
can see the examples and go, "I want to learn how to
do that..." and thus increase interest in the book.

--- Jon Harrop <> wrote:
> I think there is ample market for a games
> OCaml book but it would be difficult to sell it at a

> low enough price (again, I think it would really 
> benefit from being full color). So I'm now thinking
> that it might be better suited to educational
> rather than a book. Not least because on-screen 3D 
> graphics would really help to explain things. When
> finish it, Presenta should be ideal for this...

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