Upon reviewing Rudin's basic topology section, I was asking myself:"Is every interior point limit point?" Because at first it seems like an interior point $p$ of a set $E$ always contain something in $E$ that is not $p$ itself.
But then I think if the discrete finite set $E$, for which each point is an interior point but not limit point because it is a finite set.
Then I thought what if $E$ is connected, not discrete -- does this mean $E$ is not finite? Then does this mean every interior point is actually a limit point of $E$?
Comments are much appreciated! Intuition tells me yes, but I don't have enough techniques yet to prove. Thanks!