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I get bogged down with notation as well as its mechanics and am in need of a textbook. What are good begginer's textbooks for functional analysis? Thanks.

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    $\begingroup$ I've flagged this as a duplicate, as there are already many good suggestions on the linked post. However, if you are truly a beginner with little exposure to measure theory and topology then Kreyzsig is the way to go, as his exposition is very clear, and it is fairly self contained. $\endgroup$ – K.Power Feb 25 '18 at 16:32
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These are very basic one

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Now beginning from a standard book

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This is the most viewed

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Hope this helps.

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