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A note on \(B\)- and \(B_ r\)-completeness. (English) Zbl 0226.46007

MSC:
46A30 Open mapping and closed graph theorems; completeness (including \(B\)-, \(B_r\)-completeness)
46A08 Barrelled spaces, bornological spaces
46A13 Spaces defined by inductive or projective limits (LB, LF, etc.)
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