Commit 269b7745 by Pavel Janík

### Fix typos.

parent 8c1cc9e8
 ... ... @@ -2532,7 +2532,7 @@ Calc does many of its internal calculations to a slightly higher precision, but it doesn't always bump the precision up enough. In each case, Calc added about two digits of precision during its calculation and then rounded back down to 12 digits afterward. In one case, it was enough; in the the other, it afterward. In one case, it was enough; in the other, it wasn't. If you really need @var{x} digits of precision, it never hurts to do the calculation with a few extra guard digits. ... ... @@ -16395,7 +16395,7 @@ or matrix argument, these functions operate element-wise.@refill @kindex v p (complex) @pindex calc-pack The @kbd{v p} (@code{calc-pack}) command can pack the top two numbers on the the stack into a composite object such as a complex number. With the stack into a composite object such as a complex number. With a prefix argument of @i{-1}, it produces a rectangular complex number; with an argument of @i{-2}, it produces a polar complex number. (Also, @pxref{Building Vectors}.) ... ... @@ -21195,7 +21195,7 @@ the right of the @samp{b}, the selection would have been: @noindent The portion selected is always large enough to be considered a complete formula all by itself, so selecting the parenthesis selects the whole formula that it encloses. Putting the cursor on the the @samp{+} sign formula that it encloses. Putting the cursor on the @samp{+} sign would have had the same effect. (Strictly speaking, the Emacs cursor is really the manifestation of ... ... @@ -23738,7 +23738,7 @@ to @kbd{a R} (@code{calc-find-root}): You give the formula and an initial guess on the stack, and are prompted for the name of a variable. The guess may be either a number near the desired minimum, or an interval enclosing the desired minimum. The function returns a vector containing the value of the the variable which minimizes the formula's value, along value of the variable which minimizes the formula's value, along with the minimum value itself. Note that this command looks for a @emph{local} minimum. Many functions ... ... @@ -33996,7 +33996,7 @@ command uses this when only one stack entry is being edited. @defun format-value a width Convert the Calc number or formula @var{a} to string form, using the format seen in the stack buffer. Beware the the string returned may format seen in the stack buffer. Beware the string returned may not be re-readable by @code{read-expr}, for example, because of digit grouping. Multi-line objects like matrices produce strings that contain newline characters to separate the lines. The @var{w}
 ... ... @@ -254,7 +254,7 @@ bindings for that purpose. @cindex buffer definitions index @cindex tags The Imenu facility offers a way to find the the major definitions in The Imenu facility offers a way to find the major definitions in a file by name. It is also useful in text formatter major modes, where it treats each chapter, section, etc., as a definition. (@xref{Tags}, for a more powerful feature that handles multiple files ... ... @@ -475,7 +475,7 @@ the containing list. @vindex lisp-body-indent Certain functions override the standard pattern. Functions whose names start with @code{def} treat the the second lines as the start of names start with @code{def} treat the second lines as the start of a @dfn{body}, by indenting the second line @code{lisp-body-indent} additional columns beyond the open-parenthesis that starts the expression. ... ...
 ... ... @@ -1815,7 +1815,7 @@ x_append_stretch_glyph (it, object, width, height, ascent) 4. `:height HEIGHT' specifies that the height of the stretch produced should be HEIGHT, measured in canonical character units. 5. `:relative-height FACTOR' specifies that the height of the the 5. `:relative-height FACTOR' specifies that the height of the stretch should be FACTOR times the height of the characters having the glyph property. ... ... @@ -7285,7 +7285,7 @@ fast_find_position (w, pos, hpos, vpos, x, y, stop) #endif /* not 0 */ /* Find the position of the the glyph for position POS in OBJECT in /* Find the position of the glyph for position POS in OBJECT in window W's current matrix, and return in *X/*Y the pixel coordinates, and return in *HPOS/*VPOS the column/row of the glyph. ... ...
 ... ... @@ -1608,7 +1608,7 @@ x_append_stretch_glyph (it, object, width, height, ascent) 4. `:height HEIGHT' specifies that the height of the stretch produced should be HEIGHT, measured in canonical character units. 5. `:relative-height FACTOR' specifies that the height of the the 5. `:relative-height FACTOR' specifies that the height of the stretch should be FACTOR times the height of the characters having the glyph property. ... ... @@ -7654,7 +7654,7 @@ fast_find_position (w, pos, hpos, vpos, x, y, stop) #endif /* not 0 */ /* Find the position of the the glyph for position POS in OBJECT in /* Find the position of the glyph for position POS in OBJECT in window W's current matrix, and return in *X/*Y the pixel coordinates, and return in *HPOS/*VPOS the column/row of the glyph. ... ...
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