If you could only have one programming related book on your bookshelf what would it be and why? [closed]
One per answer please. I'll add my favourite as an answer.
I have noticed that most functional languages employ a singly-linked list (a "cons" list) as their most fundamental list types. Examples include Common Lisp, Haskell and F#. This is different to ...
Some higher-order functions for operating on lists or arrays have been repeatedly adopted or reinvented. The functions map, fold[l|r], and filter are found together in several programming ...
I've been learning about using a hashtable to efficiently check for items in a list without looping through the whole thing, but there's one thing that I don't get: Why hashed keys? It seems like: ...