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    Language Resources List


    This thread lists resources for various languages.

    Please feel free to add links to anything that helps you - to keep the thread easy to use, I recommend you put the language the resources are for in the post title field.

    Cheers,
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    Get a ruby book


    If you're programming ruby, you'll need one book, since it's a poorly documented language, and you'll want a reference anyway.

    There's only one worth it's salt, it's called Programming Ruby and i recommend getting a paper copy. It makes up for ruby's crap docs
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    Lisp links


    On Lisp - The ultimate lisp guide and macro tutorial. Freebie, available as PDF.

    I'll add other links to this if people PM me so we can keep languages all neatly parcelled together in their own posts.
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    "Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs" alias "The Purple Book" alias "The Wizard Book". Arguably one of the best on computer science ever written available free online:

    http://mitpress.mit.edu/sicp/full-text/book/book.html

    Note: Scheme is the principle language used in this book, don't expect to see any C or Java .

    Take care,

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    PostScript Resources


    Useful primary sources. See especially the PostScript Language Reference Manual, a. k. a. "The Red Book," available for free in PDF format.

    A well-written PostScript book by Bill Casselman, really a textbook, with many good examples. There are other language-related links at the bottom of his page.

    I know PostScript isn't the most asked-about language in this forum...

    but it ought to be.

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    • LinuxPenguin agrees : You've mentioned it so often, I'm compelled to check it out
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    x86 Assembly Language Resources


    General Information
    x86 Assembly Language FAQs
    Wikipedia: Assemblers
    WikiBooks: X86 Assembly
    Intel IA-32 Developer's Manuals
    IA-32 Optimization Reference
    DDJ's Intel Secrets (includes page with older Intel manuals)
    sandpile.org - x86 programming
    Assembly Language Resources

    Books
    Jeff Dunteman's Assembly Language Step by Step (home page for a print book, but also has several useful links)
    The Art of Assembly Language and Write Great Code (online books, primarily covering HLA)
    Linkers and Loaders (not specifically about assembly language, but includes useful information about executable formats)
    The Graphics Programming Black Book (extensively discusses assembly language in general, in addition to the specific topic; downloadable in PDF format)
    asmcommunity.net

    Tutorials
    Assembler Tutor
    Introduction to Assembly Language
    Webster Assembly Language Resources
    Gavin's Guide to 80x86 Assembly
    Assembly Language Links
    Paul Hsieh's x86 Assembly Language Page
    Free Assemblers and Linkers
    Assembly Language Links
    Still more links
    Assembler for PCs: A Tutorial
    x86 Protected mode Programming
    Using Inline Assembly in GCC and some Sample Inline Functions
    C/C++ Calling Convention for gcc x86 (useful for combining assembly with other languages such as C)
    STDCALL calling convention (the standard calling convention under Windows)
    Authoring Windows Applications In Assembly Language
    Linux Assembly
    Learn x86 Assembly Programming
    PC Assembly Language
    Whiz Kid Technomagic
    sandpile.org - x86 programming
    Assembly Language Code Examples
    Assembly Language
    assemblylanguage.net
    Windows + Assembler
    Source Page

    WIN32 Assembler Tutorial
    80x86 microprocessor assembler programs
    Assembly Code Optimization

    Assembler Design and Construction
    Assembler Organization
    Writing Your Own Assembler
    Designing a SPARC Assembler
    AMOS: A Modular Open-Source Assembler
    Two-Pass Assembler (PDF)
    Compilers and Compiler Construction, Ch. 6: Simple Assemblers (also here)
    Compilers and Compiler Construction, Ch. 7: Advanced Assembler Features
    Functional Programming and the 2-Pass Assembler
    Design and Implementation of the Assembler
    Disassembler using High Level Processor Models
    An Assembler for ANT (a course assignment, but includes explanation of basic one-pass assembler design)

    MASM
    MSDN: Microsoft Macro Assembler Technical Reference
    Wikipedia: Microsoft Macro Assembler
    The MASM32 Tool and Code Project
    MASM32.com
    MASM Forum
    MASM Doc Reference Page

    TASM
    Turbo Assembler 5.0 home page
    Wikipedia: Turbo Assembler

    NASM
    Netwide Assembler Home page
    Wikipedia: Netwide Assembler
    NasmEdit and NASM-IDE (editors for Nasm)

    gas
    GNU binutils (includes GAS)
    Cygwin (a system for running GNU tools under Windows)
    MingW (another system for running GNU tools under Windows)
    Wikipedia: GNU Assembler

    Other x86 Assemblers and Tools
    RadASM IDE (an editor that supports several different assemblers)
    Wikipedia: RadASM
    HLA
    Wikipedia: HLA
    FASM
    Wikipedia: Flat Assembler
    RosASM
    GRDB ('Get Real' Debugger)

    Assembly programming for other platforms
    Cross32 Meta-Assembler
    z80 assembly (including the Rabbit Microprocessor family and the original Gameboy)
    SASM Rabbit Assembler
    TI-86 Assembly Programming
    6502 Assembly Language (including the Apple II and the Commodore 64)
    M68000 Assembly Language
    PowerPC assembly language
    ARM Assembly Language (which includes programming on the Gameboy Advance, among others)
    MIPS assembly language
    SPARC assembly language
    ANT-8 Assembly Language

    Virtual Machines
    The Java Virtual Machine Specification (also downloadable here)
    JASMIN JVM Assembler
    JAS JVM Assembler
    Jamaica: The Java Virtual Machine (JVM) Macro Assembler
    MIX/MMIX assembly programming (a la The Art of Computer Programming)
    MSIL assembly programming
    Wikipedia: P-Code Machine
    ANT-8 Teaching Virtual Machine

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    • LinuxPenguin agrees : eep, that's a lot of resources
    • Viper_SB agrees : sweet list
    Last edited by Schol-R-LEA; May 10th, 2006 at 04:03 AM.
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    #define KINSEY (rand() % 7) λ Scheme is the Red Pill
    Scheme in Short Understanding the C/C++ Preprocessor
    Taming Python A Highly Opinionated Review of Programming Languages for the Novice, v1.1

    FOR SALE: One ShapeSystem 2300 CMD, extensively modified for human use. Includes s/w for anthro, transgender, sex-appeal enhance, & Gillian Anderson and Jason D. Poit clone forms. Some wear. $4500 obo. tverres@et.ins.gov
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    Scheme Resources


    General Information
    Scheme Language Home Page at MIT
    Scheme FAQs
    Wikipedia - Scheme Programing Language
    Revised(5) Report on the Algorithmic Language 'Scheme'
    R6RS Standard Draft Status Report
    Scheme Requests for Implementation
    Lambda the Ultimate: The 90 Scheme-to-C Compiler

    Blogs, Language Advocacy and Agitprop
    The "Lambda Papers" (early white papers on the language - see also, "Lambda, the Ultimate Political Party")
    The Schemer's Way
    Schemers.org
    The TeachScheme! Project
    The Schememonster's Friends
    The Scheme Underground
    On Scheme
    Chui's Counterpoint: Scheme for Six-Year-Olds
    The Salty Schemer
    Scheming
    #{Unspecific}
    Everything Scheme
    Scheme and Functional Programming 2006 Conference
    Programming Musings
    Sacrificial Rabbit: Scheme
    The Scheme Way
    Successful Scheme

    Message Boards and Mailing Lists
    Community-Scheme-Wiki
    SICP Virtual Study Group

    Books
    The Scheme Programming Language, 3rd Ed.
    Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
    How to Design Programs
    An Introduction to Scheme and its Implementation
    How to Use Scheme (covers Dr Scheme)

    Tutorials
    Introduction to Scheme
    Scheme in Short
    Teach Yourself Scheme in Fixnum Days
    Scheme for C Programmers
    An Introduction to Scheme
    Scheme Programming
    The Scheme Programming Language
    A Scheme Tutorial
    Scheme Tutorial
    Scheme Tutorial
    Scheme Tutorial
    Learning to Program with DrScheme
    An Introduction to Lambda Calculus and Scheme

    Advanced Topics
    Scheme Cookbook: Common Idioms
    Scheme Idioms
    Scheme for the Complete Idiom: An HtDP companion of Schemisms
    (read scheme) : A Bibliography of Scheme-related Research
    Ward's Wiki:Scheme Idioms
    Scheme Idioms examples
    Scheme Programming Idioms
    Little Oddities
    The art of metaprogramming, Part 2: Metaprogramming using Scheme
    Continuation Kata
    CONS Should Not CONS Its Arguments, Part II: Cheney on the M.T.A
    Programming in Schlog (a Scheme based 'mini-language' for logic programming)
    Ward's Wiki: Category - Scheme (several wiki pages on the language)
    Ward's Wiki: Closures And Objects Are Equivalent
    Wikipedia: Closures
    Unification Algorithm
    Continuations and Continuation Passing Style
    Lambda the Ultimate: Understanding Continuations
    Wikipedia: Continuations
    Wikipedia: Continuation Passing Style
    (read scheme) : Macros
    Scheme Macros
    Building Little Languages with Macros (also discusses C macros)
    Scheme Macro Programming
    Pre-Scheme: A Scheme Dialect for Systems Programming
    Write Yourself a Scheme in 48 Hours (actually about Haskell, but it covers aspects of Scheme implementation)


    Interpreters and Compilers
    Dr Scheme
    MIT Scheme (Reference Implementation)
    SCM
    Kawa Scheme
    Petit Chez Scheme
    STK Scheme
    Scheme-48
    Gambit Scheme
    Chicken Scheme
    Bigloo Scheme
    Scheme->C
    STALIN Optimizing Scheme Compiler
    Larceny Scheme Compiler

    Other Resources
    Scheme Hash
    Scheme Cookbook
    Comprehensive Scheme Archive Network (does not appear to be active)
    SLIB
    KANREN: A declarative applicative logic programming system in Scheme

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    #define KINSEY (rand() % 7) λ Scheme is the Red Pill
    Scheme in Short Understanding the C/C++ Preprocessor
    Taming Python A Highly Opinionated Review of Programming Languages for the Novice, v1.1

    FOR SALE: One ShapeSystem 2300 CMD, extensively modified for human use. Includes s/w for anthro, transgender, sex-appeal enhance, & Gillian Anderson and Jason D. Poit clone forms. Some wear. $4500 obo. tverres@et.ins.gov
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    Wirth Language Family Resources


    (Note: This should probably go in the Delphi forum, actually; but since we get some questions here about non-Delphi versions of Pascal, as well as occasional questions about other Wirth languages, I thought I would be appropriate here, too.)

    General Information and Resources
    Pascal and Its Successors
    Wikipedia: Pascal Programming Language
    Wikipedia: Category - Pascal Dialects
    Wikipedia: Object Pascal
    Wikipedia: Modula-2
    Wikipedia: Oberon
    Wikipedia: Delphi
    Pascal Language Resouces
    Modula-2 Resources

    Blogs, Language Advocacy and Agitprop
    Program Development by Stepwise Refinement (paper by Dr Wirth)
    Pascal Central
    Turbo Pascal Programmers' Page
    DDJ Online: The Oberon Programing Language
    Modula-2 Home Page
    ETH Oberon Home Page
    The Oberon Programming Page

    Message Boards and Mailing Lists
    Dev Shed: Delphi Programming
    PASCAL-L mailing list
    Programmer's Heaven: Pascal Zone
    Pascal in the Workplace Forum

    Reference and Documentation
    Free Pascal Reference Guide
    Porting to GNU Pascal from traditional Macintosh Pascal compilers (discusses dialect differences)
    Borland Object Pascal Style Guide
    About.com Delphi Knowledge Base
    ISO Modula-2
    BNF Syntax Definition for Modula-2
    Modula-2 FAQ
    Modula-2 FAQ
    Dynamic Semantics of the Oberon Programming Language

    Books
    Essential Pascal
    Oberon Bibliography

    Tutorials
    List of Free Pascal and Delphi Tutorials
    Pascal Tutorials
    Pascal Tutorials and FAQs
    Pascal: A Tutorial
    Learn Pascal
    Pascal Programming
    Pascal for Programming Illiterates
    How to Code Pascal
    Pascal Introduction
    Learn Pascal
    Pascal Programming Online Notes
    Delphi and Pascal Tutorials
    Pascal Language Overview
    Roby's Programming Tutorials (includes one for Pascal)
    Modula-2 Programming Language
    Learning Modula2 through exercises
    Modula-2 Tutorial
    An Overview of Oberon
    Introduction to Oberon

    Advanced Topics
    Embedded Pascal
    Modula-2 Chess
    Project Oberon: The Operating System and Compiler

    Compilers and IDEs
    Free Pascal
    GNU Pascal
    Dev Pascal (IDE for GNU Pascal)
    TMT Pascal
    Pax Pascal (part of the larger PaxScript toolchain)
    Virtual Pascal (no longer maintained)
    Pascal X
    Irie Pascal
    Pascal Pro
    List of Free Modula-2 Compilers
    GNU Modula-2
    m2c Modula-2
    Canterbury Modula-2
    ETH Oberon

    Libraries and other Tools
    Delphi Fundemental Tools
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    #define KINSEY (rand() % 7) λ Scheme is the Red Pill
    Scheme in Short Understanding the C/C++ Preprocessor
    Taming Python A Highly Opinionated Review of Programming Languages for the Novice, v1.1

    FOR SALE: One ShapeSystem 2300 CMD, extensively modified for human use. Includes s/w for anthro, transgender, sex-appeal enhance, & Gillian Anderson and Jason D. Poit clone forms. Some wear. $4500 obo. tverres@et.ins.gov
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    strange languages...


    esolangs.org is a wiki where there are TONS of esoteric programming languages and articles on them. This site also includes source code file for creating YOUR OWN languages! How cool is that?
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    Cetus Links is a directory of links to a huge number of resources on (mainly OO) programming and software development in general.
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    Common Lisp resources


    General Resources
    Common Lisp Hyperspec
    Wikipedia: Common Lisp
    Wikipedia: CLOS

    Online Books
    Common Lisp, The Language, Guy Steele
    ANSI Common Lisp, Paul Graham (sample chapters only)
    On Lisp, Paul Graham
    Practical Common Lisp, Peter Seibel
    Common Lisp, an Interactive Approach, Stuart C. Shapiro

    Common Lisp: A Gentle Introduction to Symbolic Computation
    , David S. Touretzky

    Organizations
    Association of Lisp Users

    Wikis, Newsgroups and Message Boards
    comp.lang.lisp (through Google Groups)
    CLiki

    Blogs, Advocacy and Agitprop
    Planet Lisp
    Common-Lisp.net
    Lemonodor
    Finding Lisp
    Paul Graham: Lisp
    Christopher Browne's Lisp page
    A Retrospective on
    Paradigms of AI Programming

    Lisp as an Alternative to Java
    Lisp: Good News, Bad News, How to Win Big (includes the (in)famous 'Worse is Better' essay as part of a larger piece)
    The Evolution of Lisp (PDF)
    A Critique of Common Lisp (PDF)

    Tutorials
    The Complete Idiot's Guide to Common Lisp Packages (PDF)
    Pascal Costanza's Highly Opinionated Guide to Lisp
    Casting SPELs in Lisp (goes through creation of a simple text adventure game)
    Introduction to ANSI Common Lisp
    Lisp programming language:A minibook
    This is how you start programming in Lisp
    An Introduction and Tutorial for Common Lisp
    An Introduction to the Common Lisp Object System (CLOS)
    A Brief Guide to CLOS
    Fundamentals of CLOS
    Articles on CLOS
    The CLOS Metaobject Protocol (based on The Art of the Metaobject Protocol, Ch. 5 and 6)

    Interpreters and Compilers
    List of Common Lisp Implementations
    Free Common LISP Compilers, Interpreters, Development Systems
    Franz Allegro Common Lisp (commercial, free demo available)
    LispWorks (commercial)
    DigiTool Common Lisp for Macintish (commercial, free demo available)
    Steel Bank Common Lisp
    Corman Common Lisp
    CLISP
    CMUCL
    gcl - GNU Common Lisp
    Lispbox
    Movitz Lisp (standalone development tool for x86 systems programming!)
    Embeddable Common Lisp (library implementation that compiles into portable C code)

    Libraries and Code Repositories
    The Common Lisp Cookbook
    CMU Common Lisp Repository
    Common Lisp Music package
    Common Lisp Open Code Collection
    An Example Implementation of CLOS in base Common Lisp (source code only)
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    Rev First Speaker Schol-R-LEA;2 JAM LCF ELF KoR KCO BiWM TGIF
    #define KINSEY (rand() % 7) λ Scheme is the Red Pill
    Scheme in Short Understanding the C/C++ Preprocessor
    Taming Python A Highly Opinionated Review of Programming Languages for the Novice, v1.1

    FOR SALE: One ShapeSystem 2300 CMD, extensively modified for human use. Includes s/w for anthro, transgender, sex-appeal enhance, & Gillian Anderson and Jason D. Poit clone forms. Some wear. $4500 obo. tverres@et.ins.gov
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    Smalltalk Resources


    General Information
    Smalltalk.org
    Wikipedia - Smalltalk
    Wikipedia - Squeak Smalltalk
    Squeak Smalltalk
    Smalltalk Programming Language
    Smalltalk FAQ

    Reference
    Design Principles Behind Smalltalk
    The Ealry History of Smalltalk

    Communities, Message Boards and Advocacy
    Why Smalltalk?
    The UIUC Smalltalk Archive
    Smalltalk Industry Council
    Dolphin Smalltalk Wiki
    Smalltalk Tidbits, Industry Rants
    Smalltalk Programming Language Information - Smalltalk Info
    Squeak Smalltakl information
    The Smalltalk programming language

    Online Books
    Free Online Books for Smalltalk
    Smalltalk-80: The Language and Its Implementation
    Smalltalk: An Introduction to Application Development using VisualWorks
    The Dolphin Smalltalk Companion

    Tutorials
    Smalltalk FAQ, Tutorials
    Free Documents For Smalltalk
    Miscellaneous Smalltalk Tutorials
    Smalltalk Primer: Syntax
    M206 Smalltalk Programming Tutorial
    SMALLTALK : A BEGINNER'S GUIDE
    List of Smalltalk tutorials
    A Tutorial for GNU Smalltalk
    A Brief Tutorial of Smalltalk
    SmallTalk Tutorial for Java Programmers
    Smalltalk Video Course (see also these lecture notes that accompany it)
    Squeak video tutorial
    Introduction to Pocket Smalltalk
    Pocket Smalltalk Tutorial
    Simple Smalltalk Testing: With Patterns
    Applications Programming in Smalltalk-80(TM): How to use Model-View-Controller (MVC)

    Development Tools
    Squeak Smalltalk
    VisualAge Smalltalk (with aditional information here)
    Dolphin Smalltalk
    Smalltalk/x
    Smalltalk MT
    Cincom Smalltalk
    Ambrai Smalltalk
    #Smalltalk (a .NET implementation)
    GNU Smalltalk (very different from the other implementations, aimed at allowing Smalltalk to be used in a manner closer to a conventional language)
    Pocket Smalltalk


    Libraries
    The UIUC Smalltalk Archive

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    Last edited by Schol-R-LEA; August 25th, 2006 at 10:20 AM.
    Rev First Speaker Schol-R-LEA;2 JAM LCF ELF KoR KCO BiWM TGIF
    #define KINSEY (rand() % 7) λ Scheme is the Red Pill
    Scheme in Short Understanding the C/C++ Preprocessor
    Taming Python A Highly Opinionated Review of Programming Languages for the Novice, v1.1

    FOR SALE: One ShapeSystem 2300 CMD, extensively modified for human use. Includes s/w for anthro, transgender, sex-appeal enhance, & Gillian Anderson and Jason D. Poit clone forms. Some wear. $4500 obo. tverres@et.ins.gov
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    Interesting graphic showing the history of programming languages from 1954 - 2006: linky

    Displeaser

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    • IOI-RLZ agrees : cool, will try to see if I can get it on a banner/poster
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    Originally Posted by displeaser
    Interesting graphic showing the history of programming languages from 1954 - 2006: linky

    Displeaser
    Very nice find Displeaser. Not to be pedantic of course, but It's a little inaccurate in places*. Overall it a very cool diagram... wonder if i can get it on a poster .

    Take care,

    Mark.


    * Here are some of the specific things that I noticed:

    Matz, the Creator of Ruby himself lists Lisp as a big influence. In fact Lisp is the mother of all dynamic and managed languages, but the diagram fails to show this fact.

    From my research Lisp was originated in 1956, and my professure assures me, just a few months after FORTRAN.

    It seems to miss out a lot of influences and languages, but probably with good cause, there are a hell of a lot of languages!

    Apparently Icon died in the 1980s... but it's under active development and enjoys a rich (if small) user base.

    There's no mention of Dylan, yet it has quite an important/interesting role in history.

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    very true, they missed out on quite a few languages, Whitespace and brainfu(k to name but two

    Seriously though, there is some glaring omissions, though i think anything like this will suffer from that.

    D

    btw you know your language history mate ++
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