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tempusfugit (144) [Avatar] Offline
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CSS_in_Depth_v6_MEAP

Just noticed this while skimming through the chapter:

Page 247(251):
9.3 Composing modules into a larger structure
In his book Clean Code, Martin Fowler says, “The first rule of classes is that they should be small. The second rule of classes is that they should be smaller than that.”
In his book Clean Code, Robert C. Martin (with Jeff Langr) says, “The first rule of classes is that they should be small. The second rule of classes is that they should be smaller than that.”

[Chapter 10 Classes, p.136, first printing July 2008]

You got right in your blog post Thoughts on Self-Documenting CSS smilie
Keith J Grant (36) [Avatar] Offline
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Oh wow. That’s an embarrassing mistake! Thanks for pointing it out smilie
slum_x (3) [Avatar] Offline
#3
It is still not corrected ??
Keith J Grant (36) [Avatar] Offline
#4
This has been corrected in the production manuscript. The MEAP won’t get changes at this point—only the finalized edition.
slum_x (3) [Avatar] Offline
#5
Ok, thanks