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What sets this book apart is the inclusion of interactive online exercises with each chapter. These exercises provide a hands-on learning experience that allows readers to test and solidify their understanding of the material.
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The book also provides a visual and interactive learning experience, making it an ideal choice for anyone who prefers visual learning over text-heavy formats.
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This latest edition delves deep into the language and provides readers with the tools and knowledge to write clean and beautiful code. The book is designed to cater to all skill levels, from beginners to advanced learners.
One of the key features of the book is the inclusion of a number of exercises that test readers’ skills and help them stay on track with each chapter.
The author also covers advanced topics such as error handling, bug fixing, asynchronous programming, modularity and much more.
In addition to this, all the source code used in the book is available online, where readers can edit, run, and see the output instantly, which helps them to better understand the concepts.
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The author starts with the foundations of the language, including basic concepts like data types, variables, and control structures, and builds on this foundation to help readers understand more complex topics.
The book also includes a number of practical examples and exercises that allow readers to test their skills and apply what they’ve learned.
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With this book, you’ll learn how to work effectively with the flexible and expressive features of the language, and how to avoid common pitfalls.
It’s packed with practical tips and tricks that will help you build more predictable, reliable, and maintainable programs.
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