hmm, product of discrete spaces need not be discrete

@hexbienium What else would it be?

@hex the canonical example is the product of countably many copies of {0, 1} in the discrete topology, which is homeomorphic to the Cantor set (which is pretty clearly not discrete)

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S.G.@hex@mathstodon.xyz@hexbienium What else would it be?