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Correct the discussion of fill-content

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@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@ You can evaluate Symbols similarly
:You Type: ``fill-column``
:Result: ``70``
-(It might not be ``70`` - but it probably will be). ``fill-column`` is a variable in Elisp with global scope. Later on we will see how this sort of variable will be used and have its value changed.
+(It might not be ``70`` - but it probably will be). At a first glance it might appear that ``fill-column`` is a variable in Elisp with global scope - turn out it is a bit more subtle that that as will become apparent in Lesson 5-3. Later on we will see how this sort of variable will be used and have its value changed.
Variables don't just exist with default values. If you try and use a random symbol in an expression it will fail.

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