Structure and interpretation of computer programs

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MIT Press, 1985 - Computers - 542 pages
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Describes the LISP programming language, and covers basic procedures, data, and modularity

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To understand programming at a fundamental level, beyond making license plates with various languages this book is a must. The true fundamentals are presented in a well structured curriculum and learning scheme is mental steroids for programmers. Read full review

Contents

Building Abstractions with Procedures
1
Building Abstractions with Data
71
Modularity Objects and State
167
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