Subject: Re: "How to Design Programs" as LaTex, DVI, PS or PDF?
From: (Rob Warnock)
Date: 2000/07/10
Newsgroups: comp.lang.scheme
Message-ID: <8kbfa7$3i9ao$>
Ingo Ruhnke  <> wrote:
| i wanted to print the book "How to Design Programs"[1] (reading on the
| screen hurts my eyes), but as printing html pages gives not the best
| looking results, I was searching for .dvi, .ps, .pdf or .tex versions
| of the book, but was unable to find them.
| Anyone knows if the is such a printable version of the book available?
| [1]

As they've said before here, and as it says on the very page you reference:

	Copyright (c)2000, 1999 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
	This is a preliminary draft of the book. The final book will
	appear with MIT Press in 2001

That is, it's in the process of being published in book form, and the
publisher is willing for the page-by-page HTML version to be freely-
accessible on the Net, but the publisher doesn't want people downloading
"the whole thing" (except by special arrangement for instructional use,
in which case you could write them at <>).


Rob Warnock, 41L-955
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