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xii Preface most difficult and require significant effort. For some of the three-star exe cises, students must find or study additional information beyond those pr sented in the book. Please keep in mind that the level of difficulties is only general guideline. One student may find some level-three exercises much ea ier than level-two exercises, for example. Book Organization There are 16 chapters in this book, numbered from 0 to 15. The first 11 chapte cover the core topics that provide the fundamentals of programming. Chapters 11 15 cover intermediate-level topics such as sorting, searching, recursion, inheritanc polymorphism, and file I/O. There are more than enough topics for one semest
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