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I've been self-studying Rudin's Mathematical Analysis recently and have studied the first 4 chapters so far and I'm fine with the way it has developed the theory but the book lacks solved exercises and examples to be called a perfect book for self-studying. I have learned the general concept and the theorems it proves but I'm still not able to think in a way that a mathematician should think. I mean my skills are limited when it comes to solving analysis questions. I'm looking for a text book that explains Real Analysis in a way that is suitable for studying analysis on my own and covers the same ideas in a self-contained way.

Thanks in advance