Considering getting a lua book, which one should I get?

I was thinking of getting this one:
(site is dutch, just ignore it)
But I was wondering if you guys would reccomend a different one?


PiL is the best.

Neem gewoon de PiL.

Pil samen met de GMod wiki voor voorbeelden.

Stop talking in Dutch :stuck_out_tongue:

I have to keep going to google translate :frowning:

Dutch rules :smiley:

Yes, the pil one is the best to read. verdient mij niet.

I read the pils first chapter, I guess it explains it pretty well. Thanks!
For Offline Reading :smiley:

Whahaha, al die nederlanders hier.

Haha nederlanders had stolen deutsch sprache

gelieve niet spreekt Nederlands. Ik kan niet spreken. Het is vervelend te moeten vertalen.

Okay now it Starts to get Boring. Cheeseheads

Lol half german.

That litterly translates into the following :
“Please no speak Nederlands. i can not speak. It is annoying having to translate.”


Why does everyone call us cheeseheads, watch those French bastards, they make more cheeses than letters in the damn alphabet.

kev i am German. :slight_smile:

Ja de pil is de beste oplossing, je kan ook een beetje rondkijken op de GMod wiki enzo. Daar zijn ook een heleboel tutorials. :c00l:

Would a mod move this to the dutch custom forums? :stuck_out_tongue:

If you want a hard copy, either get Programming in Lua Second Edition or the reference manual.

And that’s only if you feel a need to get them, since the first edition of PIL is free online and the reference manual online is free.

Off-topic: :wtc: is your avatar?

On-topic: I agree, but it’d be helpful if you also read the GMod wiki tutorials a few times to get familiar with the basic functions.