Note that since it abstracts something away, a category does not always capture enough information for one's purposes\. For example, there is addition of group homomorphisms defined pointwise\. For this purpose, other structures such as enriched categories and n\-categories may be used\. However, for many purposes, categories are at a very good between isomorphic objects\. This is considered a feature of category theory\.
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