What s Unusual About This Book

What's Unusual About This Book

This booklike the other books in the Spring Into seriesprovides the following eccentricities:

  • Each topic is explained in a discrete one- or two-page unit called a "chunk."

  • Each chunk, from the author's purview anyway, builds on the previous chunks in that chapter.

  • Most chunks contain one or more examples. The authors of this series believe that good examples provide the foundation for almost all useful understandings of conceptual material.

  • Many chunks contain sidebars that provide helpful, if sometimes digressive, ancillary material.

I assume that you are a very busy person for whom the time spent in the act of buying this book was excruciatingly painful. To repay that incalculable opportunity cost, we've adopted the chunk-style of presenting information so that you can learn as rapidly as possible.

Finally, you'll find this book fun to read. Okay, maybe not to the point where milk gushes from your nose, but you'll likely manage a grin from time to time. Don't worry; I've opted for interesting over humorous whenever possible, and I know you didn't pick up this book because the video store was out of Monty Python or because Dave Barry has stopped doing his columns. But you have parted with some hard-earned money for this book, and boring textno matter what the topicis a slap in the face.

Spring Into Windows XP Service Pack 2
Spring Into Windows XP Service Pack 2
ISBN: 013167983X
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 275
Authors: Brian Culp

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