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    Lightbulb Teaching students to program C++

    Seems like the only logical method in my opinion, only $5 per student or maybe he will do a site user license for a discount!

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    He certainly likes to sell things for $5!

    Still cheaper than some of the programming books out there! I remember 'Understanding Java' costing me about £40!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICTDirect_Dave View Post
    He certainly likes to sell things for $5!

    Still cheaper than some of the programming books out there! I remember 'Understanding Java' costing me about £40!
    Same as my first programming book about 3 years ago, still haven't read it all as it was recommended by the uni and I opted for online tutorials.

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    I'll pass thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by tmcd35 View Post
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    Pfft. Programmung is just like programming, but organic.

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    1 day delivery?! You'll be lucky if you can teach students how to perform basic operations in an IDE in a day, let alone program C++!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bondbill2k2 View Post
    Same as my first programming book about 3 years ago, still haven't read it all as it was recommended by the uni and I opted for online tutorials.
    I must say that the book I got Understanding Java: Amazon.co.uk: Barry Cornelius: Books was most excellent actually! I'm just not sure any book should cost upwards of £40

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICTDirect_Dave View Post
    I'm just not sure any book should cost upwards of £40
    Just goes to show what a difference competition from the Internet makes - I remember when some university textbooks cost upwards of £100, and that was a few years ago when you could have quite an entertaining night out for £5.

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    Am I the first to say 'I'll teach you how to get rich quick for $5/£3.22'?



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