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Susan Harkins (424) [Avatar] Offline
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Please list errors found in the published version of Concurrency in .NET here. If necessary, we'll publish a comprehensive list for everyone's convenience. And thank you for your efforts! We appreciate them!


Susan Harkins
Errata Editor
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#2
Hi,

Chapter 1: "The speed of light is about 3e8 meters per second, which means that data can be propagated around 0.30 cm (about a foot) in a nanosecond. But the bigger the chip, the longer it takes for data to travel through it."

Should be 0.3 m or 30 cm. Small typo, but quite significant difference in the context of explaining how speed of light limits the core size.

-henri
Susan Harkins (424) [Avatar] Offline
#3
The errata list for Concurrency in .NET is available at https://manning-content.s3.amazonaws.com/download/f/ed1287d-4569-4990-8eb2-fceec5dd0619/Terell_Concurrencyin.NET_err1.html. Thank you for your contributions!

Susan Harkins
Errata Editor
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#4
Nevermind. Saw it above. smilie
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#5
Page 32 Listing 2.3. Code is written in C# but the text below pointing to the function states:

"The F# compiler has deduced that
the function must use the same
type for both input and output."

Shouldn't this be changed to "The C# compiler..."?