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Re: New User

From: Joseph Turco
Subject: Re: New User
Date: Sat, 10 Jul 2021 10:56:46 -0400

Thanks for the response. The book states at the end that reading the blue book 
is a good way to continue, is this right or is it outdated and make for GUI 
Smalltalk implementation's. For a note, I can't get gst-browser to launch due 
to the bug I've seen mentioned already in the mailing list. On Jul 10, 2021 
10:37 AM, Derek Zhou via Users mailing list for the GNU Smalltalk environment 
<> wrote:
> On 2021-07-10 13:55:02Z, joseph turco wrote:
> > Hello,
> > 
> > im a new programmer and new to smalltalk. i decided on using GNU-Smalltalk
> > to learn the language. i hope you don't mind asking this question, but is
> > this version of smalltalk the best to use? i see alot of people talk about
> > having the IDE making what smalltalk is, and using the command line/emacs
> > is not the way to do it.
> Welcome. Like many questions in life, the answer is "it depends". I myself 
> use GNU smalltalk precisely because I don't want to behold to an IDE.
> >  ill be following "computer programming with
> > gnu-smalltalk" by canol gokel. is this the right way? many thanks in
> > advance.
> >
> The book is good;  it aims at the audience with no prior programming 
> experience. You are on the right track.
> Derek

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