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Comment: Assembly or DrScheme (Score 1, Interesting) 346

by Don Giovanni (#33100190) Attached to: How Should a Non-Techie Learn Programming?

IF you want to know the inner workings of computers I recommend the book Assembly as a first language.

If you want to start with higher level languages MIT Press put there book "How To Design Programs", which uses DrScheme, a Lisp dialect used for teaching programming, online at htdp.org

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