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1.1 Why and How to Read Code
1.1.1 Code as Literature
1.1.2 Code as Exemplar
1.2 How to Read This Book
1.2.1 Typographical Conventions
1.2.4 Supplementary Material
1.2.7 The Great Language Debate
2. Basic Programming Elements
2.1 A Complete Program
2.2 Functions and Global Variables
2.3 while Loops, Conditions, and Blocks
2.4 switch Statements
2.5 for Loops
2.6 break and continue Statements
2.7 Character and Boolean Expressions
2.8 goto Statements
2.9 Refactoring in the Small
2.10 do Loops and Integer Expressions
2.11 Control Structures Revisited
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