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Lua Quick Reference, a new book on the Lua programming language, now available

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Lua Quick Reference is a new book on the Lua programming language. As you may know, Lua is a small, fast, powerful, and embeddable scripting language. It is well-suited for use in video games, application scripting, embedded devices, and nearly anywhere else a scripting language is needed. While this quick reference is not specifically targeted at game development with Lua, if you embed Lua in your game, this reference will be valuable. It contains a wealth of knowledge on how to program in and embed Lua, whether it is Lua 5.3, 5.2, or 5.1. (This book can even be used with LuaJIT, a Just-In-Time compiler for Lua based on Lua 5.1.) Lua Quick Reference groups the language’s features and C API in a convenient and easy-to-use manner, while clearly marking the differences between Lua versions. Please visit https://foicica.com/lua for more information, including links for ordering the e-book and/or print book, as well as a free excerpt from the book.

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