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Problem Solving with Algorithms and Data Structures using Java: The Interactive Edition

Acknowledgements Acknowledgements

There are many people who have helped us to complete this book. Thanks to our Computer Science colleague Steve Hubbard who provided substantial feedback on the first edition and on the new material for this edition. Thanks to our colleagues around the country who sent helpful emails kindly pointing out mistakes in the first edition and suggesting topics for this new edition.
Thanks to our friends Mary, Bob, and the rest of the crew at Java John’s in Decorah for allowing us to become ``authors in residence’’ during Brad’s sabbatical. Somehow David managed to make it through all those months in the coffee shop without becoming a coffee drinker. And yes, we acknowledge the irony of writing a Python book in Java Johns.
Thanks to the staff at Franklin, Beedle, and Associates, especially Jim Leisy and Tom Sumner. They were great to work with. And finally, special thanks goes to our wives, Jane Miller, Brenda Ranum, and Nataliya Yasinovska. Their love and support helped make this book a reality.
The Java version of this book was constructed by J. David Eisenberg for the Computer Science 76 course at Evergreen Valley College in San Jose, CA. Any mistakes in the book are entirely his.