Walter Rudin, Principles of Mathematical Analysis,
3rd ed (3 print), McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1985.
This book contains eleven chapters, and I'll divide all
exercises of each chapter into eleven parts, respectively.
Surely, some exercises are solved by others, and I'll
write down the provider of the solutions of the exercises.
(It's not my solutions :-)
Finally, if you have any questions or want to provide
your personal solutions of this book, welcome to
Special thanks to C. N. Apostol.
A lot of solutions contains big-5 characters. If you cannot
see some characters and you really don't know what characters
mean, welcome to