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Useful & Cheap But Notable Missing Items
on 12 June 2013
This (5th) edition was done in 2004.
I got mine in 2006.
Yet there is still - incredibly - no mention whatsoever of PHP, which is around since the mid-1990s. All CGIs are apparently written in Perl, according to the Common Gateway Interface entry . . .
That said, it is far better than some other dictionaries of computing terminology, whose shortcomings are even more extensive.
The binding is of the truly basic "perfect bound" type -- i.e. single sheets stacked & gummed with a laminated cover slapped round the spine with the gum still wet. The sort of thing you'd expect in a Mills & Boom romance paperback. So it's clearly not designed to last more than a couple of years of vigorous use.
I don't recall what it cost me exactly - maybe around 10 - but I have no regrets in getting it.
It's good for fast reference and not as self-consciously fussy as Wikipedia.