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Default Page 424, para before 'Try It Out'

The final sentence does not make sense.
Currently reads:

Remember that the return process makes a temporary copy of the local object and that is passed back to the calling function, not the local object discarded on return from the function.

I think that this should read:

Remember that the return process makes a temporary copy of the local object and that is passed back to the calling function, not the local object, which is discarded on return from the function.








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