Good PocketC/Architect books?

Discuss topics that apply across the products, such as the PocketC language, or development in general

Postby steveK on Sat Aug 26, 2006 9:08 pm

Hi All,

I was just checking out Harris's 'Palm Programming for the Absolute Beginner.' It looks like a good book, but it was published in 2002. As I understand, PocketC (the language) has evolved quite a bit since then... How acurrate(applicable) do you guys think the syntax in this book is today, for use with Architect??? Is there another source of info that you would recommend? Thanks for any feedback.
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Postby sangahm on Sat Aug 26, 2006 9:23 pm

The book is still applicable if you use PocketC still.

However, if you use Architect or Designer, it takes huge feats to translate the code to this environment. And if you are a beginner (or why read the book?), then it would not be of much use.

Unfortunately, I have not found any books that help with Arch or Designer specifically. I've picked up books on C++ that seem more applicable.
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Postby steveK on Sun Aug 27, 2006 1:52 pm

That's what I kindof figured... THanks for the feedback :|
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