Chapter 1 page 33 ~ 34

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“Since the observable contract does not make any assumptions about the nature of the Observable or the observer, using event sequences is the ultimate decoupling practice.
You do n’t ever need to use delegate protocols or to inject closures to allow your classes to talk to each other.
To get an idea about some real-life situations, you’ll look at two different kinds of observable sequences: finite and infinite.”

The explanation for the above sentence doesn’t make sense.
I would like to explain in more detail.

I want to know how Observeable breaks up an event into each observer.


@hyegon Do you still have issues with this?

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