Home - CS Animated Welcome to CS Animated! This site features narrated animations giving complete explanations of a variety of computer science topics, such as red-black trees, big O notation, quicksort, and B-trees. Why struggle with wordy descriptions of algorithms when you can see them in action? Whether you want to learn something new or you just need a quick refresher, this site is for you.
Thinking in C CDROM | Why do you put your books on the web? | Comments from Readers | The Cover Story | Electronic Translations | Strategy | The Electronic Book | HTML Format | Making a Contribution to the Book | Downloading problems | Unzipping | Mirror Sites | Download the book | Download the source code | Win32 Compilers | Chapter 3 is a fairly intense coverage of the C that's used in C++, but if you're just getting started with all this it may be a little too intense. To remedy this, the printed book contains a CD ROM training course that gently introduces you to the C syntax that you need to understand in order to take on C++ or Java. The CD is called Thinking in C: Foundations for Java & C++. Bruce Eckel's MindView, Inc: Thinking in C++ 2nd Edition by Bruce Eckel
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HOWTO Avoid Being Called a Bozo When Producing XML “There’s just no nice way to say this: Anyone who can’t make a syndication feed that’s well-formed XML is an incompetent fool.——Maybe this is unkind and elitist of me, but I think that anyone who either can’t or won’t implement these measures is, as noted above, a bozo.” – Tim Bray, co-editor of the XML 1.0 specification There seem to be developers who think that well-formedness is awfully hard—if not impossible—to get right when producing XML programmatically and developers who can get it right and wonder why the others are so incompetent. I assume no one wants to appear incompetent or to be called names. Therefore, I hope the following list of dos and don’ts helps developers to move from the first group to the latter.
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