Errors

Thursday Mar 1st 2001
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No matter how many tricks a writer uses to detect errors, some always creep in and these often leap off the page for a fresh reader. If you discover anything you believe to be an error, please send the original source file (which you can find at http://www.BruceEckel.com ) with a clearly commented error (following the form shown on the Web page) and suggested correction via electronic mail to Bruce@EckelObjects.com so that it might be fixed in the electronic version on the Web site and in the next printing of the book. When you submit a correction, please use the following format:

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No matter how many tricks a writer uses to detect errors, some always creep in and these often leap off the page for a fresh reader. If you discover anything you believe to be an error, please send the original source file (which you can find at http://www.BruceEckel.com) with a clearly commented error (following the form shown on the Web page) and suggested correction via electronic mail to Bruce@EckelObjects.com so that it might be fixed in the electronic version on the Web site and in the next printing of the book. When you submit a correction, please use the following format:

  1. Put “TIJ Correction” (and nothing else) as the subject line – this way my email program can route it to the right directory.
  2. In the body of your email, please use the form:
find: one-line string to search for
comment:
multi-line comment, best starting with "here's how I think it should read"
###
 

Where the ‘###’ is to indicate the end of comment. This way, my correction tools can do a “find” using the original text, and your suggested correction will pop up in a window next to it.

Suggestions for additional exercises or requests to cover specific topics in the next edition are welcome. Your help is appreciated.

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