|Aug3-12, 09:09 AM||#1|
Good O-Chem and Computer Science texts?
I know this is PhysicsForums and all, but I was wondering whether anyone had any recommendations for good Organic Chemistry textbooks,as well as for CS. I don't really know much about texts for the former subject, and the latter, all I can think of is Knuth's Art of Computer Programming series, which is out of my budget (as a high school student), and I guess Concrete Mathematics to an extent (I'm not quite sure what it's about, though, but I've always thought of it as Discrete Math plus some extra stuff), of which I might be able to get a cheap Indian version.
|Aug3-12, 10:01 AM||#2|
I've heard good things about code complete, although I have never personally read it. You may want to take a look at textbooks for specific subjects, such as programming in c or php (these are just examples- choose whichever language you're interested in).
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