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Possible errata OCP Java SE 11 study guide - page 53

 
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On page 53, 4th line in the 3rd paragraph from the top reads,"doesn't know what value to use and so wants the simplest value it can give the type:". It should perhaps read...,"doesn't know what value to use so IT wants the simplest value it can give the type:" OR " doesn't know what value to use and wants the simplest value it can give the type: "
 
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Please quote the whole sentence.
 
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That sentence is fine (in that it reads ok to me as a native English speaker)

The sentence:

To make this easier, remember that the compiler doesn't know what value to use and so wants the simplest value it can give the type

 
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