Also, I’ve only been posting substantive typos, by which I mean that they could cause confusion (granted, both typos I’ve reported thus far have been minor). I’ve also identified:
simple grammatical typos (e.g., “that share some a common theme...” on p. 311),
simple formatting issues (e.g., no spaces between the typename, ellipsis (...), and the variable name in the parameter pack pattern/example in Listing 9-7 on p. 252), and
a potentially unfinished example (e.g., the comment indicating “TODO” on p. 207).
I haven’t bothered reporting these as they are all very minor (and for all I know, the last one in this list may have been intentional). Do you want me to stay on my current path (only reporting more substantive typos) or would you prefer I also report these very paltry typos as well (with the caveat that I’m not going to reread the past 370+ pages to find them again, so I’ll only report new ones going forward)?
I don’t want to waste your time, but if No Starch Press intends to print another edition with these fixed (or you find time to update the book for C++20 in the next few years :P), it takes me very little time to report them on my phone.