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http://erdani.org/errata/

I'm using IE6 which might not be compatible with this page. I've tried
the lowest security setting. All I get is the error nosh. Is the page
working for anyone else?

Fraser.
Sep 29 '05 #1
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Fraser Ross wrote:
http://erdani.org/errata/

I'm using IE6 which might not be compatible with this page. I've tried
the lowest security setting. All I get is the error nosh. Is the page
working for anyone else?

Fraser.


Does not work for me, neither. Mozilla FireFox 1.0.6
Sep 29 '05 #2

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Fraser Ross wrote:
http://erdani.org/errata/

I'm using IE6 which might not be compatible with this page. I've tried
the lowest security setting. All I get is the error nosh. Is the page
working for anyone else?

Fraser.


Nosh for me too, and I'm using Firefox 1.07. The page, BTW, is the
errata for _Modern C++ Design_ and not entirely unrelated to this
group. :-)

Cheers! --M

Sep 29 '05 #3

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Fraser Ross wrote:
http://erdani.org/errata/

I'm using IE6 which might not be compatible with this page. I've tried
the lowest security setting. All I get is the error nosh. Is the page
working for anyone else?


I use Mozilla and I get the same error.

V
Sep 29 '05 #4

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"mlimber" <ml*****@gmail.com> wrote in message
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Fraser Ross wrote:
http://erdani.org/errata/

I'm using IE6 which might not be compatible with this page. I've tried
the lowest security setting. All I get is the error nosh. Is the page
working for anyone else?

Fraser.


Nosh for me too, and I'm using Firefox 1.07. The page, BTW, is the
errata for _Modern C++ Design_ and not entirely unrelated to this
group. :-)


Nosh??? You had a snack at that web site? :-)

But, thanks for clarifying what the link was to.

To the OP: that info _really_ should have been in the original post. I
don't know about you, but I _never_ click on a link when I don't know what
that link is in the first place. (Also, reducing your security settings to
the minimum in IE is only inviting disaster!)

-Howard


Sep 29 '05 #5

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I'm using Opera 8.5 and I get the same error
Sep 29 '05 #6

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Thanks for the replies. A typo I noticed which probably isn't in the
errata list is the name Erich Gamma written as Gamma, Erich in the
bibliography.

Fraser.
Sep 30 '05 #7

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Fraser Ross wrote:
Thanks for the replies. A typo I noticed which probably isn't in the
errata list is the name Erich Gamma written as Gamma, Erich in the
bibliography.


And where's the typo? I mean, do you consider that writing your name as
"Ross, Fraser" would be a typo? Could it be that there are different
ways of listing books in the bibliography section, between what you
learned (or are used to) and what Andrei knows? Just a thought...

V
Sep 30 '05 #8

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