Hi Peter, and welcome here. I saw your edit to Function space, where you wrote that "In Category theory a function space is a map object." However, later on the article says that a function space is an exponential object. That seems to be quite confusing. Unfortunately, I don't know category theory, so I was hoping you could reconcile those two statements. Additionally, I don't think that category theory should be mentioned in the first paragraph; perhaps it's best to move all discussion to where "exponential object" is mentioned?
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Thanks Jitse. Just made a change to address the matter.
Still I am concerned that possibly "function space" and "map object" are not synonymous. Perhaps a function space is an instance of a map object. If this is true, the map object deserves to be an article with function space mentioned as an example.
... PeterEasthope (talk) 16:18, 20 December 2007 (UTC)