Error Building Notes

Tom Weeds rebel.mailinglists at
Sun Feb 7 21:11:39 CET 2010

FYI: I decided to give a shot.

Found a few other undefined references ... commented out the
"offending" lines of code :)

It seems to work ok :)

On Sun, Feb 7, 2010 at 1:19 PM, John Coppens <john at> wrote:
> On Sun, 7 Feb 2010 12:57:37 -0500
> Tom Weeds <rebel.mailinglists at> wrote:
>> Does anyone have suggestions on how I might improve my programming
>> abilities. Many, many, moons ago I completed several courses in C
>> language programing. A painful experience ... memory management was not
>> a DOS forte :) I've written a few simple shells scripts recently.
>> Suggestions for books, or on-line tutorials would be much appreciated.
> If you're interested in 'programming', i.e. problem solving, get a book
> on that subject. Few books on languages will teach you how to solve
> problems, just how to use the language itself. Avoid those 'xxx in 24
> hours', 'the complete...'...
> An excellent book, which I bought a looong time ago, is 'Programming and
> problem solving using Pascal' (there is a C version too, I believe). The
> authors are Michael Schneider, Steven Weingart, and David Perlman. It
> emphasizes converting a problem into an algorithm. The language is
> secondary.
> John
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