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Pg: 360
Status: Fixed
Fixed in Build: 1.21
Reported On: 2020-05-12
Reported By: saregg
Location: 14.1.5 first para under The forEach method
Old Text:
java.util.Iterable
New Text:
java.lang.Iterable
Comments:

Pg: 206
Status:
Fixed in Build: 1.22
Reported On: 2020-06-04
Reported By: addy12345
Location: 10.1.2 - Returning values of different types from a method - Point 2 Autoboxing/Unboxing
Old Text:
Java allows a return value to be a reference to a wrapper class if the return type is of a primitive type of the same or smaller type. ... The reverse is also allowed:
New Text:
Java allows a return value to be a reference to a wrapper class if the return type is of a primitive type of the same or smaller type. ... The reverse is also allowed but only when the method's return type is a wrapper of the same type as the type of the primitive value being returned -
Comments:

Pg: 364
Status: Fixed
Fixed in Build: 2.1
Reported On: 2020-06-29
Reported By: dimitrilc
Location: 14.1.4 BiFunction
Old Text:
A BiFunction is ...
New Text:
A BiFunction is ...
Comments:
The description is correct. Only the 'U' is missing in type parameters.
Pg: 98
Status: Fixed
Fixed in Build: 2.1
Reported On: 2020-06-30
Reported By: kowenli
Location: 4.6.3 step 7
Old Text:
Step 7: At line 9, a new object is created and assigned to baz. Thus, bar stops pointing to obj 1 and starts pointing to obj 3 after the execution of this line.
New Text:
Step 7: At line 9, a new object is created and assigned to baz. Thus, baz stops pointing to obj 1 and starts pointing to obj 3 after the execution of this line.
Comments:
Change bar to baz in the second line.

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