# Oxidation number of oxygen atoms in oxygen difluoride

My textbook says:

Oxygen is assigned an oxidation number of $$+1$$ in oxygen difluoride. The number assigned to each Oxygen atom will depend upon the bonding state of oxygen but this number would now be a positive figure only.

Can there be multiple bonding states for oxygen in oxygen difluoride?

What can be the oxidation state of each oxygen atom in oxygen difluoride?

Oxygen difluoride $$\ce{OF2}$$ has a single oxygen atom. You must mean dioxygen difluoride $$\ce{O2F2}$$.
Both oxygen atoms in $$\ce{O2F2}$$ are equivalent, so their oxidation number is +1.