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abelb (2) [Avatar] Offline
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There seems to be a minor error in the introductory text for "Part 2, Fundamental functional techniques". Part of the current text is:

      In F# you often start by experimenting using only basic functional features. This way, you can quickly get to code that works and try various approaches before choosing the best solution. In part 2 we'll review all the basic functional features that make it possible to write the first version of program. We've seen the tuple type as one example of a simple functional data structure, but there are other types and other ways of working with them.
      In part 2 we'll review all the basic functional features that make it possible to write the first version of program.
      In chapter 5, we'll distinguish.....


The bold sentence is double. Also, I believe it should be "the first version of a program.".