Commit 29bacfa9 authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert
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* emacs-lisp-intro.texi (Counting Words): Don't use ':' in xref

titles, as this isn't supported by Texinfo.
parent 21bf394d
2013-12-02 Paul Eggert <eggert@cs.ucla.edu>
* emacs-lisp-intro.texi (Counting Words): Don't use ':' in xref
titles, as this isn't supported by Texinfo.
2013-11-30 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* Makefile.in (distclean): Remove Makefile.
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......@@ -13544,7 +13544,7 @@ regexps. @xref{the-the, , @code{the-the} Duplicated Words Function}.
@end itemize
 
@node Counting Words
@chapter Counting: Repetition and Regexps
@chapter Counting via Repetition and Regexps
@cindex Repetition for word counting
@cindex Regular expressions for word counting
 
......@@ -14428,7 +14428,7 @@ exclamation mark, and question mark. Do the same using recursion.
 
Our next project is to count the number of words in a function
definition. Clearly, this can be done using some variant of
@code{@value{COUNT-WORDS}}. @xref{Counting Words, , Counting Words:
@code{@value{COUNT-WORDS}}. @xref{Counting Words, , Counting via
Repetition and Regexps}. If we are just going to count the words in
one definition, it is easy enough to mark the definition with the
@kbd{C-M-h} (@code{mark-defun}) command, and then call
......@@ -15602,7 +15602,7 @@ Let's write a function definition to do these tasks. We will use a
directory, checking what needs to be done; and we will use a recursive
call to repeat the actions on each sub-directory. The recursive
pattern is `accumulate'
(@pxref{Accumulate, , Recursive Pattern: @emph{accumulate}}),
(@pxref{Accumulate}),
using @code{append} as the combiner.
 
@ignore
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