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PlanetPDFeBooks has a small collection of classical works.
« on: September 30, 2009, 10:25:34 PM »
PlanetPDFeBooks has a small collection of classical works.



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Free PDF eBooks Archive:

From "A Christmas Carol" to "Wuthering Heights"!

http://www.planetpdf.com/free_pdf_ebooks.asp?CurrentPage=1


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Another page on this site has free Developers eBooks:

Developer Books

July 01, 2001

Thinking in Java

View or download Thinking in Java (2nd Ed & 3rd Ed, beta). "What a magnificent book! It's got just the right balance between code and discussion, and the exercises are good. I've done all of them to the end of Ch. 10, and I feel like I'm making good progress with Java."

Thinking in C++, Second Edition

You can view or download Volume 1 and 2 of Bruce's book from here in PDF. These PDFs have full bookmarks, and hyperlinks created using PDF Maker from Bruce's Word97 source files.

Art of Assembly

A textbook on machine organzation and assembly language programming developed by Randy Hyde for the CS 264 (Assembly Language Programming) at Cal Poly Pomona and CS 13 (Machine Organization and Assembly Language Programming) at UC Riverside. Randy has kindly let us mirror it here at Code Cuts.

Object Orientated Programming in ANSI-C

An electronic book for download Axel Schreiner has been kind enough to provide his book, 'Object Orientated Programming in ANSI-C' for download from the Planet PDF Developers section.

Web Publishing with Acrobat/PDF

Thomas Merz's book describes the production of efficient PDF documents.

http://www.planetpdf.com/developer/article.asp?ContentID=6636