Over 30 years, whew! I'm very pleased to be able to add this volume to the other three (I've had to replace volumes 1 and 3 because I wore out my first copies). And, I'm very glad I don't have to complete a graduate course that would use this volume as a text, I'm not sure I'd have the stamina to make it though. Thank you, Dr. Knuth, for your guidance and challenges. They certainly made a significant difference in the success of my career. I'm sure that those of you who delve into this volume will be enlightened by it as well. I'm not qualified to technically critique or perhaps even understand a lot of the material in this book, but at least I'll have the rest of my life to try. Now, doesn't he still owe us one more?