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Introduction to Linux - A Hands on Guide
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So, an update to my computer blog... It's been a while. It is now the first day of winter in Sweden - although the last two weeks of fall were suspiciously snowy... Anyhow - 90 days left of winter, 24 days till crazy days and the thought in some strange way actually is uplifting! I see it as that these 90 days are a sort of fast - Im delivering newspapers and nights are cold and the pay is slim, but Im actually left with a lot of time in which to learn things... and maybe come spring there will...
Well, I got to about day 6 in "learnC# in 3 weeks", then I had to return the book. Now I am in a different town and they don't have the book at the library. As I am too cheap to buy it and really didn't think any of the other C# books at the library looked at all appealing, I decided to borrow "learn Java in 3 weeks" instead.
So now i am on day 5.
Java gives me a bit of a headache, but I think I will become friends with it with time.
I wrote a simple program where I enter my ingredients at home, and the program checks recipes to see how many ingredients are missing to make the different recipes.
I had a long busride with the vegetarian cookbook my sister gave me, and I was thinking how most of it looked good but Im always missing some ingredient or other...
Anyhows, the program works fine - I wrote it in Octave, which is what we learnt at school and...