568 pages of elementary material that could have been covered in less than 100. The author shamelessly pads every chapter and every topic to add bulk, but not information, to the book. For instance, the chapter on searching is 34 pages for a topic that could have been extensively handled in 10. A waste of money in my opinion - and definitely not a good advertisement for any MIS Press title. Jerry
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