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Article:
  The Double Life of Variables
Subject:   A Typo?
Date:   2003-10-13 11:19:29
From:   halliday
In the second sentence of the second paragraph of "The Life of a Variable" section, you state:
"In the course of its life, a variable can hold any number of variables and be used in any number of different ways."


Wouldn't it be more accurate to say:
"In the course of its life, a variable can hold any number of values and be used in any number of different ways."
(Substituting "values" for "variables".)


Just a thought in the interest of clarity.