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I have just spent an hour studying page 11 in this book. This involved scrutinising the code, drawing some diagrams and thinking about the meaning of life.
Overall the endeavour was productive, but every time my eyes land on the few lines of text that is present on that page, my brain curls. They are very hard to comprehend fully.
The author really needs to clarify this text.
This does not just mean that the author should sit down and have a look at it. Since he already wrote them and already deemed them fine, he will probably come to the same conclusion again.
Instead he needs to have a programmer sit down and read page 11, while speaking out loud, as he tries to comprehend whats going on and what the text says. In the meanwhile the author will sit silently and note which uncertainties and misunderstandings arise.
Then, he can rewrite the text together with the programmer.
Hint: the text needs to be more clear about what were trying to achieve.