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Page 112 refers to a non-existant function "fn()" in the text. #78

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WraithGlade opened this issue Dec 25, 2019 · 1 comment
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Page 112 refers to a non-existant function "fn()" in the text. #78

WraithGlade opened this issue Dec 25, 2019 · 1 comment

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@WraithGlade
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@WraithGlade WraithGlade commented Dec 25, 2019

On page 112, the text describes the call stack as being:

fn() → fn_b() → fn_c()

However, this is wrong. There is no function named fn() defined anywhere in the given source code.

A better way to describe the call stack at that time would be:

main() → fn_b() → fn_c()

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@JLospinoso JLospinoso commented Jan 1, 2020

Thanks, @WraithGlade!

kruschk pushed a commit to kruschk/ccc that referenced this issue Apr 26, 2021
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