How weak is weak extent?


A space X is star-Lindelof provided for every open cover U there is a finite subset A of X such that St=X. We show that a Tychonoff star-Lindelof space can have arbitraryly big extent while the extent of a normal star-Lindelof space can not be greater than c.



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