I looked around a bit and didn't seem to find it. Not as obvious as Wrox books make it, for example.

I came across a pdf of the book online [I paid for the paperback] but pasting the code from the pdf resulted in a bunch of incorrect character substitutions.

Any info on a resource for this?


Visit the author's page, where it says this:

sal mangano

  • $\begingroup$ Ah, yes. Well, if it was a bear . . . lol Thank you. $\endgroup$ – Steve Jan 18 '13 at 21:09
  • $\begingroup$ The link is broken 6 years later $\endgroup$ – Dan Kowalczyk Feb 20 at 5:46

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