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Chapter 2 - Type Safety clarity

In the topic Type safety a sentence reads, “3.14159 is a double, but you already defined it as an int.”

To make this clearer to the reader, you could let them know that “it” is referencing the declared variable “myInteger”.

Perhaps this would read better? 3.14159 is a double, but you already defined myInteger as an int.

Good point. I’ve updated the source text to your suggestion. The online site should get updated soon. Thank you.