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human readable messages By Mez Breeze
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Mez does for code poetry as jodi and Vuk Cosic have done for ASCII Art: Turning a great, but naively executed concept into something brilliant, paving the ground for a whole generation of digital... More > artists." (Florian Cramer).< Less
cl-6502: A Readable CPU Emulator By Brit Butler
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A readable edition of the cl-6502 library with commentary. cl-6502 is an emulator for the MOS 6502 written in pure Common Lisp. A free version of the book is available at... More > http://redlinernotes.com/docs/cl-6502.pdf and the source code for the program (and book) are available at https://github.com/redline6561/cl-6502.< Less
C++ for dinosaurs: Guide for readable, maintainable, reusable and faster code By Nick Economidis
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This is a guide for creating readable, maintainable, reusable and faster code. No object oriented programming is involved. Out of all techniques which aim to improve your product's quality,... More > readability has the highest return on effort. - Quality: Bugs are found mostly by reviewing other people's code. You can't review somebody else's code if you cannot read it. Bugs are not found by unit-tests, because unit-tests are created to capture errors that are known to exist. - Efficiency: Maintenance takes about 80% of developers' time. Therefore, spending some time in writing better code will save you more time during maintenance. - Performance: Unreadable code is difficult to reason about. Any opportunities for optimisation that may exist are often impossible to spot. The six techniques described are easy, therefore: - students can apply them - C programmers can follow it without changing programming paradigm - you can write idiomatic C++, instead of writing like C, Java, or Fortran.< Less
C++ for dinosaurs: Guide for readable, maintainable, reusable and faster code (Hardcover) By Nick Economidis
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This is a guide for creating readable, maintainable, reusable and faster code. No object oriented programming is involved. Out of all techniques which aim to improve your product's quality,... More > readability has the highest return on effort. - Quality: Bugs are found mostly by reviewing other people's code. You can't review somebody else's code if you cannot read it. Bugs are not found by unit-tests, because unit-tests are created to capture errors that are known to exist. - Efficiency: Maintenance takes about 80% of developers' time. Therefore, spending some time in writing better code will save you more time during maintenance. - Performance: Unreadable code is difficult to reason about. Any opportunities for optimisation that may exist are often impossible to spot. The six techniques described are easy, therefore: - students can apply them - C programmers can follow it without changing programming paradigm - you can write idiomatic C++, instead of writing like C, Java, or Fortran.< Less
How to Write Clear, Readable Effective Sentences that Readers Love! By Brian Scott
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published by www.LousyWriter.com - You can improve your ability to write effective sentences by studying and reviewing the important principles of sentence structure in this ebook. Follow our advice... More > and review our many examples. By the time you have finished our ebook, you will notice an immediate improvement in how you construct, review and revise sentences.< Less
Can You Read Me Now? How to Use Readability Formulas to Write for Your Target Audience By Jesse Dawson
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Researchers and writers have been using readability formulas since 1920. Over the years, they have spent a lot of time devising the most accurate and scientific formulas to assess readability. In... More > this free e-book, Can YOU Read Me Now?, you will learn how to use readability formulas on your own materials. Presently, there are more than 200 readability formulas developed by various scholars since the 1940s. Only a handful of these formulas are reliable to determine the reading-level of a sample text. Can YOU Read Me Now? will help you choose the best readability formula for your document. Can YOU Read Me Now? also contains a bonus section on how to write clearly and how to simplify your writing. Written by Jesse Dawson, of Readability Formulas< Less
Roget's Thesaurus - Being a computer-readable version of the Roget's Thesaurus published in 1911 By Peter Mark Roget
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Formatted for the Adobe Acrobat Reader.From the introductory:    Being a computer-readable version of the Roget's Thesaurus published in 1911. This eBook is an electronic version of the... More > edition of Roget's Thesaurus published in 1911 by the Crowell company. Note that this version of Thesaurus-1911 has been supplemented with over 1,000 words not present in the original 1911 edition, but many modern words are still missing. About 1500 verbs (out of 6500) which can be found in an 80,000-word spell-checker are absent from this work. The deficiency of nouns is probably much worse, especially on technical topics. Of 40,000 unique words contained in the original text, 12,000 are not recognized by a spell-checker. Most of these are foreign words (primarily Latin), and many are obsolete. In this version, these words are marked as such by comments in square brackets.< Less
The Bloody Crown By James Keys
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The story of the lives and deaths of Kings of England from 1066 to 1485 in a "warts and all" manner. Nothing dry but all fast moving, quirky and with many anecdotes and personal details... More > that bring them all to life.< Less
The Bloody Crown By Jim Keys
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The story of the lives and deaths of Kings of England from 1066 to 1485 in a "warts and all" manner. Nothing dry but all fast moving, quirky and with many anecdotes and personal details... More > that bring them all to life.< Less
A short history of the world By H G Wells
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From the place and time of our globe to the latest events known to hi, this grand history will fascinate all. From the distinguished Callender history series, notable for its readable texts and... More > modern look< Less