Definition talk:Uniform Continuity/Metric Space

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Is there a guideline as to whether a work should be sourced on Definition:Uniform Continuity/Metric Space or on Definition:Uniform Continuity? --abcxyz (talk) 00:07, 30 November 2012 (UTC)

If by "a work" you mean a page on this site, then the guideline is: if it relates to a uniformly continuous mapping from one general metric space to another, then use Definition:Uniformly Continuous Mapping (Metric Spaces). If it specifically refers to a uniformly continuous real function, then use Definition:Uniformly Continuous Real Function.
If by "a work" you mean a book from which you are including references to in the "Sources" section, then if the specific section relates to metric spaces, then put it a reference to the specific section of that work in the Definition:Uniform Continuity/Metric Space page. If it relates to real functions, put it in that page. If it refers to both (e.g. metric spaces, then describes it on real functions as an instance) put it on both and configure the prev/next accordingly. There should really be no source links on parent pages, unless there is a specific instance of what is being cited on that parent page. --prime mover (talk) 06:30, 30 November 2012 (UTC)