Commit 46f9949e authored by Basil L. Contovounesios's avatar Basil L. Contovounesios
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; Fix misspellings of 'occurrence' in docs.

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......@@ -4432,7 +4432,7 @@ ThXs Xs the contents of the buffer before.
@defun subst-char-in-string fromchar tochar string &optional inplace
@cindex replace characters in string
This function replaces all occurences of the character @var{fromchar}
This function replaces all occurrences of the character @var{fromchar}
with @var{tochar} in @var{string}. By default, substitution occurs in
a copy of @var{string}, but if the optional argument @var{inplace} is
non-@code{nil}, the function modifies the @var{string} itself. In any
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......@@ -448,10 +448,10 @@ auto-completion of contact names and addresses for keys like
Date values (any key in `gnus-search-date-keys') can be provided
in any format that `parse-time-string' can parse (note that this
can produce weird results). Dates with missing bits will be
interpreted as the most recent occurence thereof (ie \"march 03\"
is the most recent March 3rd). Lastly, relative specifications
such as 1d (one day ago) are understood. This also accepts w, m,
and y. m is assumed to be 30 days.
interpreted as the most recent occurrence thereof (i.e. \"march
03\" is the most recent March 3rd). Lastly, relative
specifications such as 1d (one day ago) are understood. This
also accepts w, m, and y. m is assumed to be 30 days.
This function will accept pretty much anything as input. Its
only job is to parse the query into a sexp, and pass that on --
......@@ -644,8 +644,8 @@ gnus-*-mark marks, and return an appropriate string."
"Return a string from the current buffer.
If DELIMITED is non-nil, assume the next character is a delimiter
character, and return everything between point and the next
occurence of the delimiter, including the delimiters themselves.
If TRIM is non-nil, do not return the delimiters. Otherwise,
occurrence of the delimiter, including the delimiters themselves.
If TRIM is non-nil, do not return the delimiters. Otherwise,
return one word."
;; This function cannot handle nested delimiters, as it's not a
;; proper parser. Ie, you cannot parse "to:bob or (from:bob or
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