Commit 8a75579f authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii
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Fix spelling errors.

parent 4297ece2
......@@ -63,7 +63,7 @@ all major modes. The same abbrev can have a global definition and various
mode-specific definitions for different major modes. A mode-specific
definition for the current major mode overrides a global definition.
Yu can define abbrevs interactively during the editing session. You
You can define abbrevs interactively during the editing session. You
can also save lists of abbrev definitions in files for use in later
sessions. Some users keep extensive lists of abbrevs that they load
in every session.
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......@@ -381,7 +381,7 @@ the @code{find-grep-dired} command, in @ref{Dired and Find}.
(recursive grep) are more user-friendly versions of @code{grep} and
@code{grep-find}, which prompt separately for the regular expression
to match, the files to search, and the base directory for the search
(rgrep only). Case sensitivitivy of the search is controlled by the
(rgrep only). Case sensitivity of the search is controlled by the
current value of @code{case-fold-search}.
These commands build the shell commands based on the variables
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......@@ -1977,9 +1977,9 @@ usual to do so.
@subsection Disabling Commands
@cindex disabled command
Disabling a command menas it requires confirmation before it can be
executed. The purpose of disabling a command is to prevent users from
executing it by accident and being confused.
Disabling a command means causing it to require a confirmation
before it can be executed. The purpose of disabling a command is to
prevent users from executing it by accident and being confused.
An attempt to invoke a disabled command interactively in Emacs
displays a window containing the command's name, its documentation,
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......@@ -1205,7 +1205,7 @@ not appear in the other directory is ``different''. You can specify
more stringent comparisons by entering a Lisp expression, which can
refer to the variables @code{size1} and @code{size2}, the respective
file sizes; @code{mtime1} and @code{mtime2}, the last modification
times in seconds, as floating point numers; and @code{fa1} and
times in seconds, as floating point numbers; and @code{fa1} and
@code{fa2}, the respective file attribute lists (as returned by the
function @code{file-attributes}). This expression is evaluated for
each pair of like-named files, and if the expression's value is
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......@@ -94,7 +94,7 @@ moves backwards.
@item C-M-n
Move to the end of the current code block
(@code{fortran-end-of-block}/@code{f90-end-of-block}). With a numeric
agument, move forward that number of blocks. The mark is set before
argument, move forward that number of blocks. The mark is set before
moving point. The F90 mode version of this command checks for
consistency of block types and labels (if present), but it does not
check the outermost block since that may be incomplete.
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......@@ -2383,7 +2383,7 @@ a buffer containing thumbnails, corresponding to the marked files.
(@code{tumme-display-thumbnail-original-image}) to display a sized
version of it in another window. This sizes the image to fit the
window. Use the arrow keys to move around in the buffer. For easy
browing, type @kbd{SPC} (@code{tumme-display-next-thumbnail-original})
browsing, type @kbd{SPC} (@code{tumme-display-next-thumbnail-original})
to advance and display the next image. Typing @kbd{DEL}
(@code{tumme-display-previous-thumbnail-original}) backs up to the
previous thumbnail and displays that instead.
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......@@ -1601,7 +1601,7 @@ hungry-delete feature is enabled.
@itemx M-x c-subword-mode
@findex c-subword-mode
Enable (or disable) @dfn{subword mode}. In subword mode, Emacs's word
commands then recognize upper case letters in
commands recognize upper case letters in
@samp{StudlyCapsIdentifiers} as word boundaries. This is indicated by
the flag @samp{/w} on the mode line after the mode name
(e.g. @samp{C/law}). You can even use @kbd{M-x c-subword-mode} in
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