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I am both excited and honored to have the 6th edition of Data Abstraction & Problem Solving with C++: Walls and Mirrors receive the 2016 TAA McGuffey Longevity Award. I share this honor with my co-author for the sixth and seventh editions, Timothy Henry, all of the people who have helped to improve the book over the course of its long life, and everyone at Pearson Education. —Frank M. Carrano
I have been incredibility fortunate to work on this textbook with Frank, and I’m grateful for his insights and guidance and for the support of the Pearson team. This recognition honors the tremendous amount work required to keep the material current and relevant. —Timothy M. Henry