I played a game (visual novel for PS2) in Japanese. And I came across this sentence:
And I was wondering what the part after 違う(ちがう）means. I guess, that の may change it into a noun, but I am not sure at all.
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Would you understand what ～のかもしれないな meant? This is a shortened version of the same thing, the の here being part of the のだ construction.