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I have this electronics book. I never read it since its like a college text book. But I am holding onto this book anyway since I know there might be knowledge that I want somewhere in there. But if it is not there I must look to other resources.

So in effect I am trying to reach out to people who have read this book, and, expecting them to guide me to the content I am interested in...so I can just dive in.

Is this a good place to do this?

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No, such a question would be considered off-topic here (see What topics can I ask about here?). You can maybe ask it in the Electrical Engineering chat.

I know there might be knowledge that I want somewhere in there

Whatever the book, the Table of contents and the Index are the primary sources to see if there is knowledge that one wants or needs. Use those to find topics of interest and read at least those sections and paragraphs: books need not be read front to back to be useful!

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