We are proud to be the home of ColdFusion Lists, Arrays, and Structures, by Jeff Peters. This was Mr. Peters' first publication with us, following his well-received Fusebox: Developing ColdFusion Applications, written for New Riders with Nat Papovich.
ColdFusion Lists, Arrays, and Structures provides an in-depth examination of these important complex data types. It offers a wealth of examples and ideas for both the novice programmer and the ColdFusion expert. Concise, direct, and well-illustrated, it's a must for every CF developer's reference library.
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What's The Big Deal?
Why buy another ColdFusion language reference? Because ColdFusion Lists, Arrays, and Structures answers the questions that Macromedia's documentation doesn't. For example, what happens if a particular function receives unexpected data? Does it throw an error, or successfully provide an unexpected result? If you don't know the answer, you can find it here. Don't settle for doing things The Way We've Always Done It; get the information you need to be the innovator on your development team.
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Read a short excerpt from the book: download it here. View the complete table of contents. Unfortunately, no book ever makes it off the press in perfect order. Check the errata here.
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Where Is It?
ColdFusion Lists, Arrays, and Structures is in, or on the way to, the hands of ColdFusion developers in the following locations:
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UT, VA, WA)
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- South Africa
What People Are Saying"...this book is highly recommended, and if you are serious about CFML development then the less-than-$20 cover price is easily justified." - Ben Forta
Reviews of Mr. Peters' Work“All in all this is a hard one to beat” - Carl Burn