Later on, I came across many books like The C Programming Language Book by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie, but this book remains my favourite!
So naturally my question should be:
Is there a similar book in Java, following the same pattern, attempting to build our Java experience from the Grounds Up, without any dependence on the C programming language, with numerous programming codes, examples and problems?
I can't post any longer in my earlier thread, "Can one not learn Java without knowing C? And C without machine or assembly languages?", which in any case needed to be separated into two queries.
Rajib Ban wrote:I can't post any longer in my earlier thread, "Can one not learn Java without knowing C? And C without machine or assembly languages?"
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Bear Bibeault wrote:If you are having trouble posting, please make a report in the Ranch Office forum for help.
Let's bury that part and ignore it further!
You have removed my formatting. You might like to remove the "\" also here:
the \same pattern
The escape character doesn't make your post really difficult to read. The strange formatting did. What's more, some people can only readily read certain colours and text colours make it difficult for them to adjust their browsers. That is why your post was edited.
Rajib Ban wrote:. . . You have removed my formatting. . . .
Campbell Ritchie wrote:The escape character ... That is why your post was edited.
I didn't object to that :-) ! Then this explanation wasn't really required :-).
And thanks for removing that '\'