Talk:Constructive analysis

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Could the article explain what constructive analysis is, besides giving examples? For example, which constructions/proofs etc. are exactly allowed? I regret I am not sufficiently expert in the topic, thank you.Paolo Lipparini (talk) 15:48, 19 September 2014 (UTC)

Not Common[edit]

"there are several other conditions which imply it and which are commonly met; for example, every analytic function..."

This seems to suggest that it is "common" for a continuous function to be analytic, but this is not the case of course. This should probably be re-phrased a bit.