I finally bought the Interpreter Book on Kindle store.
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Someone at work shared the link of Interpreter Book. It looks interesting and I want to read it. The book is about writing an interpreter for Monkey language in Go and learning through the process. The author has also written the Compiler Book. The books are available as both eBook and physical copy.
As I mentioned in my Facebook post, this problem deserves a blog post of its own, so here it is. Note: This post will not help you in anyway to solve the Resize Problem. It is just a summary of my experience with this problem. So, It all started after I finished the previous problem, that is, Whodunit. So, I quickly went to check the docs for next problem, that is, Resize. There was some distribution code, so I quickly downloaded it with Wget on both my Local Machine and CS50 IDE by Cloud9. Background of it was just to read the docs of previous problem and understand it, which I already did. BTW, those docs where about how a Bitmap file is stored, its Headers, and RGB triples. Specifications were to resize the image with a factor of “n”. I thought, that’s easy to do. And then a bunch of bullet points for error codes for specific errors. Then came the 11 minutes long Walkthrough, as always by Zamyla Chan. A very good one, in which she quite accurately explained how to break down the pr…