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In chapter 4, "Peeking behind the scenes" in the second paragraph it says that "The source is an infinite stream of odd numbers", but the source is just an infinite stream of numbers.
 
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Correct. Thank you for pointing this out. I've added it to the errata and cited you.
 
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In Chapter 9 NIO.2, "Changing a File Location with move()", the second Path object of


should have the name of the file addresses2.txt, according to the explanation:
"The second example moves the addresses.txt file from the directory user to the directory zoo-new, and it renames it to addresses2.txt.
 
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Mihaela Hetea wrote:In Chapter 9 NIO.2, "Changing a File Location with move()", the second Path object of


should have the name of the file addresses2.txt, according to the explanation:
"The second example moves the addresses.txt file from the directory user to the directory zoo-new, and it renames it to addresses2.txt.


Missed this one. Agreed and logged from here
 
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In chapter 4, "Peeking behind the scenes" in the second paragraph it says that "The source is an infinite stream of odd numbers", but the source is just an infinite stream of numbers.


same page, but last paragraph, same error:

The source is still an infinite stream of odd numbers.

 
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