A+: a programming language for programmers
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About A+
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A+ Community
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A+ Reference Manuals Provides on-line access to the complete text of the three A+ manuals, with detailed indexing and hypertext cross-referencing.
A+ Interactive Keyboard Chart Provides help in remembering what each of the A+ symbols represent, where to locate them on the keyboard, and what to call them. If you are a newcomer to A+, you may find that some time spent exploring this chart could help you to understand the symbols and the primitive functions a little bit better. Rather than just trying to remember where the symbols are by rote memorization, this facility tries to show you how to make associations that will help you to more easily remember where the symbols are located.
A+ Tutorials This directory contains on-line tutorials for A+. Start with "Introduction", which explains the order in which the others should be read.
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