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Re: forewords by Guy L. Steele Jr.

   Date: Thu, 07 Aug 2003 14:42:58 -0400
   From: Vadim Nasardinov <el-vadimo@comcast.net>
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   Subject: forewords by Guy L. Steele Jr.
   Vadim Nasardinov wrote:
    > Awright, I promise to read The Seasoned Schemer as soon as I am done
    > with "Effective Java", "Concurrency: State Models & Java Programs",
    > and "The Little Lisper".  No more stupid questions till after I've
    > read the book.
   Ok, one more silly question.  It just occurred to me that three out of
   four books on the above to-read list have forewords written by Guy
   1. The Little Lisper
   2. Effective Java
   3. The Seasoned Schemer.
   A quick Google search turned up two more titles:
   4. A Hacker's Delight:
   5. The New Hacker's Dictionary.
   Both of them are books that I would like to have on my bookshelf.  Are
   there any other books to which Guy Steele wrote a foreword or
I have also written forewords for:

  Springer and Friedman.  Scheme and the Art of Programming.
  MIT Press, 1989.
  Koschman, Timothy D.  The Common Lisp Companion.  Wiley, 1989.
  Tatar, Deborah G.  A Programmer's Guide to Common Lisp.
  Digital Press, 1986.
  Loshin, David.  High Performance Computing Demystified.
  AP Professional, 1994.

--Guy Steele