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Learn To Tango With D (FirstPress) [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Kris Macleod Bell
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4. Februar 2008 1590599608 978-1590599600 2007
In recent years much work has been put into creating programming languages which embody a blend of many of the most admired characteristics of their predecessors. One such language is D, which provides developers with the speed of languages such as C and C++, but with the power and flexibility of languages such as Ruby and Python. Learning to Tango with D introduces you to the powerful D language, with special attention given to the Tango software library. A concise yet thorough overview of the language's syntax and features is presented, followed by an introduction to Tango, the popular general purpose library which you'll return to time and again when building your D applications. Authored by prominent D developers Kris Bell, Lars Ivar Igesund, Sean Kelly, and Michael Parker, you'll gain not only the knowledge required to begin building your own D applications, but also benefit from the insight these authors have acquired due to their extensive experience working with and participating in the development of the D language.

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  • Taschenbuch: 208 Seiten
  • Verlag: Apress; Auflage: 2007 (4. Februar 2008)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1590599608
  • ISBN-13: 978-1590599600
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 23,5 x 19 x 1,1 cm
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In recent years, much work has been put into creating programming languages that embody a blend of many of the most admired characteristics of their predecessors. One such language is D, which provides developers with the speed of languages such as C and C++ combined with the power and flexibility of languages such as Ruby and Python. Learn to Tango with D introduces you to the powerful D language, with special attention given to the Tango software library. A concise yet thorough overview of the language s syntax and features is presented, followed by an introduction to Tango, the popular general purpose library you ll find invaluable when building your D applications.

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For more than 20 years, Kris Bell has been designing and implementing software systems covering a broad product range. Some commercial systems include enterprise & Internet application-platforms, RAD toolsets, factory-automation, carrier-grade middleware, embedded-OS & rendering engines, immersive environment-simulation, and interactive-clothing. Kris is a founding member and active contributor to the Tango library. Lars Ivar Igesund holds a MSc in Computer Science from NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology). He was in the introductory programming course team as a teaching assistant during that time. Outside of the university, he has worked with network administration and support in both public service and private sector, and helped develop 3D graphic systems in C/C++. He is currently selling consultant services through his own company, Igesund Enterprise Software, doing both D and Java projects. Lars has been involved in the D community since 2003, and part of the Tango project lead since 2006. After serving four years in the United States Army as a medic, Michael Parker settled down in Seoul, Korea, in 1994. While working on a History major at the University of Maryland, Asian Division, he took a job as an English instructor. In the years since, he has held several part-time jobs for the U.S. government and has taught English in a variety of environments. He took up programming as a hobby in the late 1990s and soon uncovered a passion for game development. Eventually, he found himself developing Java web applications for small, Korean startups as a contractor. He discovered D in 2003 and a year later started the open source project called 'Derelict'. He joined the Tango team in 2006 as a documentation writer and later took on a programming role. In early 2007 he stopped accepting contract work in order to begin development on his first commercial game (using D, of course).

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Gutes Buch 18. August 2010
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Mir hat das Buch gut gefallen. Obwohl es in Englisch geschrieben ist, kommt man auch mit durchschnittlichen Sprachkenntnissen zurecht. Die Beispiele sind leicht nachzuvollziehen und werden im Buch auch zeilenbezogen erläutert. Ich würde mir das Buch nochmal kaufen.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen D 19. April 2010
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D ist eine Programmiersprache von Profis für Profis und dieses Buch stellt darin keine Ausnahme dar. Wer ein Buch für Programmieranfänger sucht ist hier falsch. Die beste Vorraussetzung ist Erfahrung in C++ oder Java zumal D sich stark von diesen Sprachen ableitet, dabei aber viele Verbesserungen einführt. Diese Verbesserungen sind es auch auf die das Buch hauptsächlich eingeht. Für C++ oder Java Programmierer ist D aber eine wirklich gelungene und effektive Sprache die in diesem Buch sehr gut umrissen wird. Das Buch ist kurz gehalten und bietet viel essentielle Informationen auf wenig Seiten was mir persönlich gut gefällt. Preis und Verarbeitung sind auch gut.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Eher learn to D with Tango 27. April 2010
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Das Buch vermittelt viel über D und ein bisschen über das Tango Library. Trotzdem 3 Sterne, da viele Information vorhanden sind. Als Einführung in D ist das Buch sehr geeignet. Was Tango angeht, bleibt wohl Übung (macht ja den Meister) und die online Doc.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Solid introduction to D basics 13. Mai 2008
Von Ben Speakmon - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The first English-language book on D, Learn To Tango with D, is a no-crap quick ramp-up guide to the language and the popular Tango general-purpose library. Half of the 188 pages are an introduction to how D does things, while the other half walks through some Tango basics. It's written in a fast, loose idiom that doesn't try to teach you programming as much as it shows how to do your favorite C++ or Java tricks in D. This fills a need since the existing D documentation is rather technical and not well indexed, but it's not something the dedicated and curious engineer couldn't figure out for himself.

After the basics, you're introduced to Tango. I should point out that D ships with a standard library called Phobos and that Tango is a (friendly) competitor to it. The two aren't mutually compatible at all, and you'll run into D code that uses each, so don't think you're getting the entire D story from this book. That said, Tango has neat ideas and a passionate community behind it, so you're not making any compromise on quality by using it. This section is a bit too high-level for my taste; it's an introduction, not a reference. While you can certainly get production-quality API docs from the Tango web site, don't expect the book to be one.

Summing up, this book is for experienced C/C++/Java programmers who've heard about this D thing and want to see what it's all about. Those who prefer learning from source code or documentation won't really need this, and those who do need it will probably find no need to read it a second time. However, as the only book on D in the King's English, it's worth recommending solely on that basis.

(Review text copied from my website.)
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Inadequate 6. Mai 2010
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The book is clearly inadequate. It doesn't even have an Index. It's describing a language and library which is superior to C++ and yet has less pages than "The C Programming Language" by Kernigan & Richie. It's describing D version 1 but D version 2 is out with more syntax changes. On the other hand it was the only book available and it does fill in some of the considerable gaps of the "D" description on the Digital Mars website.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent book that accomplishes its goals 19. August 2009
Von Eric Berend - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I found that this book strikes a very comfortable balance between adequately introducing the essential details of various important aspects of the D language and this version of a necessary "standard library". Given how recent the introduction of the D programming language is, and the relatively small size of its dedicated community, it should not be surprising that there are few published works defining the language and some of its optimal coding signatures.

This book's goal is to teach the use of the Tango standard library for the D programming language. It is not meant as a comprehensive teaching guide to D itself! Within this limitation, it does succeed, admirably. Contrary to another reviewer's scathing criticism; I found that, while terse, the descriptions and examples set forth in this book are clear, hew closely to the point at hand, maintain elegance in their simplicity, and reveal only necessary aspects of complexity in context.

To lambaste this generally excellent book for a personal disappointment regarding its scope, is inappropriate; and in any event, it obviously deserves well more than a mere one star. To that reviewer I respond: you are petty and have done the D language community a disservice in your churlishness.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen I still can't dance very well! 27. November 2008
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A short and sweet introduction to the D programming language, with the majority of the syntax covered. Some concise examples and of course, Tango documentation.

There was a fairly negative review and I feel I should try and explain some of the (perceived) issues with the book.

Firstly, the length. While this book clocks in at just under 200 pages, and that seems relatively short. Especially when the book is meant to cover the entirety of a programming language, there are a few things we should consider. This book does not teach you how to program, it assumes prior programming knowledge. Furthermore, As D is a new language, there is no official standardization, and the official language documentation is often short, with very specific details left out. Let us also not forget than K&R is just about 250 pages!

The last few chapters of the book cover some of the Tango API. The Tango project is a community designed and maintained standard library replacement for D. It implements its own run-time and API set. Fixes a lot of the perceived bugs in the original, and no one can argue is a lot more robust than Phobos.

Tango and D are both constantly moving targets, and I believe this book does a good job of documenting the core of each.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen the book to help you decide whether D is for you 21. Februar 2012
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Most of the reviews so far might give you the impression that this book is only about how to use D with the Tango libraries. Let me make very clear up front, this book gives a very direct and too the point explanation of the D programming language. If youre like me, you dont want to waste your time reading a 1000 page book on all reasoning behind the design of the language (as does the only other book available on D by Alexandrescu), you just want to quickly understand how the language works well enough to start using it should you decide it is worth your time to learn. The book gives a very comprehensive overview of all major aspects of the language including modules, pointers, object orientation as well as templates and I/O. D fills the gap between raw compiled languages like C/C++ which requires the programmer to manually manage memory and pointer safety, and VM languages like Java/C# that offer automatic safety at the price of castrating the power of the languages by removing assignable pointers and memory allocation as well as removing low level access to hardware, the inventor of D Walter Bright says as much in the preface of this book.
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