Please Vote: Exercises in TDPL?
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Thu May 14 22:10:56 PDT 2009
> Andrei Alexandrescu wrote:
>> A chunky fragment of TDPL will hit Rough Cuts soon enough. I'm
>> pondering whether I should be adding exercises to the book. Some books
>> have them, some don't.
>> Pros: As I'm writing, I've come up with some pretty darn cool exercise
>> Cons: The book gets larger, takes longer to write, and I never solved
>> the exercises in the books I've read, but then I'm just weird.
>> What do you think?
> I think that TDPL book could have *some* exercises. Not at the point of
> being filled of exercises, but some understandable exercises that
> might be (very) helpful. I think it would be great to see some
> appliances (step-by-step) of the lessons, somthing like "ordering with
> binary trees" in "arrays".
> By the way. Is d2 focused? is it like a textbook or a reference book?
D2 exclusively. Textbook modeled after K&R.
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