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Numbers, Booleans, and strings are the bricks that data structures are

built from. But you cant make much of a house out of a single brick.
Objects allow us to group valuesincluding other objectstogether and
thus build more complex structures.
The programs we have built so far have been seriously hampered by the
fact that they were operating only on simple data types. This chapter
will add a basic understanding of data structures to your toolkit. By the
end of it, youll know enough to start writing some useful programs.
The chapter will work through a more or less realistic programming
example, introducing concepts as they apply to the problem at hand.
The example code will often build on functions and variables that were
introduced earlier in the text.