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Page 311 in the prose directly following Listing 11.22:

"To specify what should be displayed, we set the DataMember property..."

To match with the code in listing 11.22 (and just generally be correct) it should be...

"...we set the DisplayMember property..."
Hey Tomas,

Love the book so far, just found a typo on Page 241.

"We can break the >NET rules when writing purely..."

I'm thinking you meant ".NET".


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Hey Jon,

I'm reading the MEAP and on page 116, 4th full paragraph:

"C++ templates are more flexible in other ways, too. They don't suffer from the problem described in 3.6.2, ..."

There is no 3.6.2 and I'm not sure to which problem you are referring.