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There has been an description mismatch for HttpSessionAttributeListener in HFSJ book in page 182 and 183

Page 182 states: This Listener is used when a session attribute has been added, removed (or) replaced.

Page 183 states: This Listener is used when any type of attribute has been added, removed (or) replaced in a session.
 
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Page 183 states: This Listener is used when any type of attribute has been added, removed (or) replaced in a session
So these two sentcences say the same. But you are right, word "any" is confusing here
 
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