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From: Alexy Khrabrov <deliverable@g...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] The new OCaml book (Objective Caml Programming Language by Tim Rentsch)
I've 1-clicked the book from Amazon the minute I saw Rich's  
announcement.  It's a good reading for how the language constructs are  
defined, but not too heavy on examples.  I say it complements Smith's  
and Harrop's books nicely in a way of a "boring" book going through  
all of the language in sequence -- something which was sorely  
missing.  If you force yourself to read it in a day, you'll find new  
things to old constructs when you're a an intermediate user.

Cheers,
Alexy