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Functional Analysis book for beginners

  1. Nov 2, 2014 #1
    Hi, I need a functional analysis book. I have Kreyszig's book. I'm at continuous mapping but I have some problems with completeness and accumulation points. So I would like to read a lot excercises about these introductory stuff. What are your suggestions? Thanks.
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    Sounds like what you need is a book on topology. Munkres is good.
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