|Posted by Berni44|
in reply to NonNull
Posted in reply to NonNull
On Wednesday, 12 May 2021 at 18:37:55 UTC, NonNull wrote:
Some documents/books seem to be out of date. If an intuitive person competent in several other programming languages and in abstract reasoning wanted to take the fastest route to learn pretty much the whole of D as it stands now, having already learned and used a core of the language, what is the best way to proceed? And how long would this likely take?
Even if it is a few years old, I would still use the book from Ali. Most is still valid and maybe, the online version is even updated, but I'm not sure on this.
A completely other approach is to try to help fixing bugs. I learned a lot about D, when I started doing so.
I don't know, if that is, what you wanted to hear, but I thought, it wont hurt telling you. :-)