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>> One of the main attractions of K&R C is exactly its lack of verbosity, its extraordinarily high content-to-length ratio. In a very short space you learn to do a lot of sophisticated programming, and most if not all code examples fit on one page or less.


The same goes for "Programming Erlang" by Armstrong.

On contrary: "Erlang and OTP in Action" is quite boring (in comparison with book by Armstrong). Definitely it's not a book for "enlightment" but for practice, sometimes dull: "Do it in such way, you don't need understand why, you'll get accustomed to it in future"

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