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    R2 documentation

    Can anyone point me into any good R2 documents? I want implement some of the new features of R2 and wondered if any one has any good sites/docs?

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    Re: R2 documentation

    This book is great and a very good price. Buy it through the Edugeek amazon module and put a bit of money back into Edugeek as well

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    Re: R2 documentation

    @ChrisH: You're not still banging on about that book are you?

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    Re: R2 documentation

    Quote Originally Posted by Ric_
    @ChrisH: You're not still banging on about that book are you?
    says the person who phoned me up today as you wanted some info out of it

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    Re: R2 documentation

    I agree with Chris, its a good book

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    Re: R2 documentation

    @ChrisH: I know I should buy the book but since the R2 version you mention is an update to the standard book it would cost me £49 for the pair I'm a pov and simply cannot afford this

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    Re: R2 documentation

    Ric, Why not search eBay for a copy of the original, could be very cheap and even come on just a CD

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    Re: R2 documentation

    pov pov pov pov pov pov pov pov pov - we'll see what happens.

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    Re: R2 documentation

    Have got the 2003 version at work and the 2000 version here at home. I can highly recommend any stuff by Minasi - always well written, informative, interesting and with a bit of humour thrown in.

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    Re: R2 documentation

    You wont need the first book Ric you should know most of it.

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    Re: R2 documentation

    I could do with a copy of that book too, how do I buy it through Edugeek? Remember seeing the link somewhere but cant find it now

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    Re: R2 documentation

    Under shop in the left column:

    http://www.edugeek.net/index.php?name=Amazilla

    Stick "minasi" in the search and it should be the first result.

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