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Learn to Program!


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From Get Programming with Python in Motion
By Ana Bell

Free eBook: Exploring Swift

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Chapters selected by Craig Grummitt

Exploring the fold Function

From Clojure: The Essential Reference by Renzo Borgatti

In this article we will explore some concrete examples of the many uses and intricacies of the fold function from the Clojure standard library.

Starting to Program: meet Python

From Get Programming by Ana Bell

It’s likely you’re reading this article because you’ve heard about the Python programming language. This article introduces Python, teaches you how to install it and set up your workspace, and how to write code in the IPython console.

List Wrangling with Python

From The Quick Python Book, Third Edition by Naomi Ceder

Understanding how list indices and lists work in Python makes the language a lot more useful. This article excerpt discusses list indices and modifying lists in Python.

 

Interpolated String Literals in C#

From C# in Depth, Fourth Edition by Jon Skeet

This article gives a quick recap on string formatting in .NET before going into depth on using the new interpolated string literal feature of C# 6.

Exploring the memoize Function

From Clojure: The Essential Reference by Renzo Borgatti

In this article we will explore some concrete examples of the many uses and intricacies of the memoize function from the Clojure standard library.

Functional APIs for Collections

From Kotlin in Action by Dmitry Jemerov and Svetlana Isakova

The functional style provides many benefits when it comes to manipulating collections. You can use library functions for most tasks and simplify your code. In this article, we’ll discuss some of the functions in the Kotlin standard library for working with collections.

Diagram for String Reversal Logic

From Hello Swift!

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The Essential Reference for the Clojure Standard Library

From Clojure: The Essential Reference by Renzo Borgatti

The standard library is one of the most important tools to master a language. One aspect that characterizes the standard library is the fact that it’s already packaged with a language when you first experiment with it. Interestingly, it doesn’t get the amount of attention you’d expect for such an easy-to-reach tool. This article will show you how much wisdom and potential is hidden inside the Clojure standard library.

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