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Re: Which of Maeder's Mma Programming Books?

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  • Subject: [mg1270] Re: [mg1251] Which of Maeder's Mma Programming Books?
  • From: "Dennis M. Schneider" <dschneid at knox.edu>
  • Date: Wed, 31 May 1995 02:45:38 -0400


Programming in Mathematica is the one you want to begin with.  
Outstanding book.

Dennis

On Fri, 26 May 1995 dale at pegasus.cuc.ab.ca wrote:

> Can anyone recommend which of Maeder's two books is a better investment 
> for someone wishing to learn to program Mma? What's the difference 
> between the two?
> 
> 1) Programming in Mathematica (Second Edition, 1991), 279 pages
> 2) The Mathematica Programmer (1994), 199 pages
> 
> Is 2) a revamped/updated version, thus obsoleting 1)?
> 
> Dale
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