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README.md

Concise Cheat Sheets

This repository is a collection of Cheat Sheets for programming languages and tools. Currently:

This project was previously known as "Ultimate Cheat Sheets" and has been renamed to "Concise Cheat Sheets".

Compiling

Clone the project, then:

cd ./concise-cheat-sheets
make

Features

  • No more than 2 pages long: adhering to the dictionary definition of a sheet of paper.
    • Look at the C Reference Card by J. H. Silverman for a good example
    • If you think something must be added and there is no space: consider removing something
  • Simple to read: they do not aim to teach you how to use something, but simply remind you of syntax, functions or caveats.
  • Made in LaTeX using a simple 3 column format.
  • Licensed under CC-BY-SA 3.0 or GNU FDL 1.3 (at your option) unless otherwise stated.
    • The refcard.cls file and the template are licensed under the LPPL.

Acknowledgements

  • Haskell Cheat Sheet

    • Many thanks to Colin Runciman, Doug McIlroy, Jeremy Jacob, José Calderon, Karl Voelker and Sean Leather for reviewing, corrections and suggestions.
  • CTF Cheat Sheet