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BOOK Programming Interviews Exposed: Secrets to Landing Your Next Job 2nd Ed ISBN: 978-0-470-12167-2
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Default Will errors mentioned in these forums ever enter the official errata?

I'm noticing quite a few posts in this forum about errors in the book. The official errata only lists a single item.

Will errors mentioned in this forum be vetted and (if accurate) be placed in the official errata list?
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I also have the same concern; it seems as though a third edition is about to be published but it is not necessarily intuitive for readers to have to visit the publisher's site (let alone for an older edition) in order to find errata (especially if they are burried in a forum).

Perhaps a loose-leaf could be distributed with new copies of the book or the publisher could include a suggestion to readers to check the website for errata as part of the book's text?
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