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Below are answers to questions at the end of each chapter for The Universal Machine (1998).

Go to another page for answers to questions for The Universal Computer (2001).

Chapter 1: Introducing... the Universal Machine

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Chapter 2: Problem Solving Before Programming

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Chapter 3: A Taste of C++

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Chapter 4: Programming Languages and their Translators

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Chapter 5: Classes: An Outside Look

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Chapter 6: Software Life Cycle

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Chapter 7: Control Structures and Structured Programming

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Chapter 8: Peeling the Onion: Computer Architecture

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Chapter 9: Functions and Decomposition

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Chapter 10: Operating Systems and Networks

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Chapter 11: Strings and Arrays

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Chapter 12: Theory of Computation

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Chapter 13: Object-Oriented Software

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Chapter 14: Classes: An Inside Look

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Chapter 15: Social, Ethical and Professional Issues

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Chapter 16: Artificial Intelligence

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