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Should "Hello World!" really be "Hello, World!" (with a comma)? This Wikipedia entry sure seems to think so: "Hello, World!" program - Wikipedia
"Hello, World!" program written in BASIC:
20 PRINT "HELLO, WORLD!"
30 PRINT " QO' VLVAN"
40 PRINT " SALVE MUNDI"
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Hello World! by
Publication Date: 2002-11-01
Bonjour! Hola! Konnichiwa! Learn how to say "hello" in French, Spanish, Japanese---and many more languages! Children from all around the world say "hello" each in their own languages, each and every day. Each page includes a greeting translated in a different language with easy-to-pronounce phonetic spellings. Manya Stojic's stunning paintings authentically represent diverse children. Young readers will gain an appreciation of languages and cultures beyond their own. This special book captures the essence of culture and tradition with each warm greeting. Try out all 42 languages!
Hello World by
Publication Date: 2019-09-24
"A beautifully accessible guide.... One of the best books yet written on data and algorithms."--Times (UK) Shortlisted for the 2018 Royal Society Investment Science Book Prize Shortlisted for the 2018 Baillie Gifford Prize When it comes to artificial intelligence, we either hear of a paradise on earth or of our imminent extinction. It's time we stand face-to-digital-face with the true powers and limitations of the algorithms that already automate important decisions in healthcare, transportation, crime, and commerce. Hello World is indispensable preparation for the moral quandaries of a world run by code, and with the unfailingly entertaining Hannah Fry as our guide, we'll be discussing these issues long after the last page is turned.
Hello World: a Life in Ham Radio by
Publication Date: 2003-03-01
To an outsider, the world of ham radio is one of basement transmitters, clunky microphones, Morse code, and crackly, possibly clandestine, worldwide communications, a world both mysterious and geeky. But the real story is a lot more interesting: indeed, there are more than two million operators worldwide, including people like Walter Cronkite and Priscilla Presley. Gandhi had a ham radio, as do Marlon Brando and Juan Carlos, king of Spain. Hello World takes us on a seventy-year odyssey through the world of ham radio. From 1927 until his death in 2001, operator Jerry Powell transmitted radio signals from his bedroom in Hackensack, New Jersey, touring the worlds most remote locations and communicating with people from Greenland to occupied Japan. Once he made contact with a fellow ham operator, he exchanged postcards known as QSLs cards with them. For seven decades, Powell collected hundreds of these cards, documenting his fascinating career in amateur radio and providing a dazzling graphic inventory of people and places far flung. This book is both an introduction to the fascinating world of ham and a visual feast for anyone interested in the universal language of graphic design.
The Art of Assembly Language by
Publication Date: 2010-03-01
Assembly is a low-level programming language that's one step above a computer's native machine language. Although assembly language is commonly used for writing device drivers, emulators, and video games, many programmers find its somewhat unfriendly syntax intimidating to learn and use. Since 1996, Randall Hyde's The Art of Assembly Language has provided a comprehensive, plain-English, and patient introduction to 32-bit x86 assembly for non-assembly programmers. Hyde's primary teaching tool, High Level Assembler (or HLA), incorporates many of the features found in high-level languages (like C, C++, and Java) to help you quickly grasp basic assembly concepts. HLA lets you write true low-level code while enjoying the benefits of high-level language programming. As you read The Art of Assembly Language, you'll learn the low-level theory fundamental to computer science and turn that understanding into real, functional code. You'll learn how to: Edit, compile, and run HLA programs Decla