Recall that a subset $A$ of a metric space $X$ is a $G_\delta$ subset if it can be written as a countable intersection of open sets. This notion is related to the Baire category theorem. Here are three examples of interesting sets that are $G_\delta$ sets.

- The set of continuity points of a function $f:X\rightarrow R$.
- The set of positively recurrent points of a continuous transformation $T: X \rightarrow X$. Recall that a point is recurrent if there exists some sequence $n_i\rightarrow \infty$ such that $T^{n_i}x \rightarrow x$.
- The set of transitive points of a continuous transformation $T: X \rightarrow X$. Recall that a point is transitive if its orbit $\{T^n(x)\}_{n\in Z}$ is dense in $X$.

Question : Can you provide more examples of interesting $G_\delta$ sets ?