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This isn't a question, but more of a typo I found in my book (I have the kindle version).

for some reason, starting from the first exercise of chapter 3, mine reads

printf("The first card is %s of %s\n", deck[0].value, deck[0].suit);

It's supposed to be 'name' not 'value'…Not sure if the author checks this forum, but I just wanted to make him aware. It's like this for all the other exercises afterwards too.

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This isn't a question, but more of a typo I found in my book (I have the kindle version).

for some reason, starting from the first exercise of chapter 3, mine reads

printf("The first card is %s of %s\n", deck[0].value, deck[0].suit);

It's supposed to be 'name' not 'value'…Not sure if the author checks this forum, but I just wanted to make him aware. It's like this for all the other exercises afterwards too.
This has already been brought up on another thread.
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