Yes, free and online, that is correct. (That does not mean that it can
On Tue, Jan 4, 2011 at 12:58, Philippe Lhoste <PhiLho@gmx.net
> On 04/01/2011 12:14, Petsagourakis George wrote:
>> There are enough Lua books to get a grip on the language.
> If I understood correctly Alexander's proposal (which I like), one of the
> benefits of this one is that it would be free, online.
coexist with paid printed version as it is with ProGit, but, I
imagine, that to make printed and paid version possible, we would need
to overcome a lot of legal hassle.)
> Of course, there is
> PiL as a good starting point, but as he said, more matter won't hurt.
Right. If you know such book, please share a link, so we can borrow a
> Note: I have little experience of existing programming cookbooks, but I felt
> they are more or less similar in topics (exposing simple problems, giving
> solutions), so maybe this base can be taken and adapted.
few ideas from its a table of contents.
This one is more of mathematical nature, not that useful for a modern
newbie, I guess.