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What is the difference between limit point of a sequence and limit of a sequence. Can it be unique?

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Please stop writing in all caps, and please make your titles informative. – Arturo Magidin Feb 10 '11 at 6:01

Gaurav Please look at the definitions and tell what trouble you are facing in understanding the definitions.

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Chandru: Bhai, bhut bhut dhanyavad. – GAURAV SHARMA Feb 10 '11 at 6:02
@Gaurav: Koi problem nahi. Please capital letters mat use karna. – anonymous Feb 10 '11 at 6:06
@Gaurav: please stop writing in All Caps, as Arturo Magidin said. I've edited your last comment. Also, it is generally preferable to post in English at this forum, since your comments may be useful to other individuals in the future. (Though in this particular case, I guess not.) – Willie Wong Feb 10 '11 at 12:08
sorry sir...... – GAURAV SHARMA Nov 5 '11 at 16:37

I believe he may be referring to Kreyszig Functional Analysis, in which the definition of limit point does not match that in wikipedia, and looks very close (identical?) to what he states as the definition of limit.

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Just one more point,

Limit Point is defined for set.

Limit is used in context of sequence.

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