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    Strange notation for continuity

    I just ran across a problem that has the following notation: C_{0}^2[0, 1].

    I already now what C^2[0, 1] means. But what the heck is that subscript zero??
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    Re: Strange notation for continuity

    Never mind, it was explained elsewhere in the problem. y(0) = y(1) = 0, hence the 0 in the continuity function.
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