Joined: Mar. 2008
||Posted: April 12 2008,20:54
|Quote (lucky13 @ April 12 2008,16:05)|
|Why don't you make one list as you go through the book instead of adding each page's errors and bumping a seven month-old thread like this?|
Mainly so I know I have not missed reporting the errs I find. I find an err; I report the err; I move forward.
I approach it the same way I would approach errs in a code module. If the err is separable from other errs, that is, has no apparent cross-effect that should be researched, I report it. That way, if any err needs individual comment, it can be separately discussed.
The thread really is only as dormant as the sale of the book and will go quiet again when I am finished reading my newly purchased copy. If I was reporting errors against DSL would you expect me to leave errs unreported just because the current version had been officially released seven months ago and I am just now experiencing the bad behaviour?
I don't intend to cause anyone any additional work, but the errs do exist in the copy of the book that is currently being sold.
Asking all the dumb questions so no one else need be afraid.