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on Dec 7, 2007
Variable initialization, assignments and use in array construction can be tricky to varying degrees in different programming languages. When a variable is used during initialization of an array, some may assume that assignment to that variable will be carried to the array, too. In this short note I want to give a couple of examples to note the difference between "{ }" and "[ ]" which are...
on Sep 11, 2006
I've done a lot of recursive programming in Java. I like recursion. That's my weakness. Why? I don't know. Perhaps because I spent a good many years of my life studying logic and methodology of science at Berkeley. There's just a certain beauty to it. So, after many years of logic, when I took a course in LISP, I grew an admiration for it. However, that didn't stop me there. I moved to...
on Aug 3, 2005
Lewis & Chase's (not Lewis and Clark's) Java: Software Structures—designing & using data structures, 2nd edition seems like an excellent book. If you want to take another look at Java, this no-nonsense book demands a peak, and I'm puzzled why they have received such a low rating by Amazon readers. By the way, I've written a bit about programming on my page.
on Aug 3, 2005