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“Learning Processing” is a 2008 book that serves as a gentle introduction to the theory and practice of programming. It works by introducing code concepts over the course of 23 chapters, and creating a series of examples that build on them. The book was written by professor Daniel Shiffman of the ITP in New York City.

More information about the book can be found at: learningprocessing.com

These samples have been ported over to Ruby-Processing.