For all you out there who now want to learn about functional
programming (and the other styles, too)
- do yourself a favor and work through this
<cite>Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs. Harold Abelson and Gerald Jay Sussman with
Julie Sussman. The MIT Press, 1996. Second Edition.</cite>
This book has changed my programming world from ground up.
Ok, agreed, it is "challenging", as they like to put it
in some reviews. Don't mind. Go forward. Buy it. Read it.
Study it. Do the exercises. It's simply the best single book
on programming that I know, and the only book that I know
that really captures a lot of the "Zen" of programming.
Update: This book is (incredibly) now
Thanks to the Arsdigita people! Great service to all programmers.
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