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Subject: RE: FLASH: What about *this* Flash book? (Mohler)
From: unique
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 19:12:11 GMT

At the exact moment of 2000., her/his local time, Michael at
WebFlyer.com <melmoreatinsideflyer [dot] com> put forth:

> "Flash 4 Magic" is another very good book as well, but it's more of a
> cookbook sort of approach which is good for some people but I feel it's not
> good for many of us, myself included. It gives great "canned" solutions but
> doesn't do as good of a job explaining the "why" which I feel is much more
> important than the "how". You can give almost anyone a solution, in any
> language i.e. PERL, JAVA, etc, but that doesn't always go very far towards
> makeing someone an effective programmer... unfortunately.

I have to disagree somewhat. It is true that there are occasions when the
authors plop down a buncha code and just say "type it in", but, more often than
not, if you work your way through the book from the beginning, you'll find that
they take the time to explain what the code is doing ... not line-for-line, but
enough that if you've programmed in any other language, you should be able to


Ken Sherwoode

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  RE: FLASH: What about *this* Flash book?, Michael at WebFlyer.com

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