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 Book reviews? where?

From a technical standard point can anyone give me an opinion on the book
Computer Science - A Breadth-First Approach with C by John Impagliazzo
and Paul Nagin (ISBN 0-471-58552-1)?

Do you think it is teaching bad programming habits? Is it failing to
point out things that are important to a novice C programmer? Are there
any obvious mistakes? Is there anything architecture or operating system
specific in it?

Any opinions would be appreciated. If you want a summary of the responses
please say so. If you want your opinions to be anonymous or left out of
the summary please say so. Thank you.

Toronto, ON, Canada

Sat, 10 Jan 1998 03:00:00 GMT  
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