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[Sybex] Errata Contribution Chapter 3, Page 123 Possible Typo

 
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On page 123, it states:

It is very common to use a loop when reading from or writing to an array. This loop sets
each element of number to 5 higher than the current index:


And the following code snippet is:

I believe the statement is referring to the variable "numbers", not number, right? I was confused because I did not see number anywhere on the page.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch That looks like a typo; please check the errata page because I am too tired to do it myself
 
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It's not listed on the errata page. Can someone confirm that this is a typo?
 
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Please wait for Jeanne Boyarsky to read this thread but I am sure it is a misprint.
 
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