Commit a86cd395 authored by Juanma Barranquero's avatar Juanma Barranquero

* anti.texi (Antinews):

* macros.texi (Indenting Macros):
* strings.texi (Creating Strings, Case Conversion):
  Remove duplicate words.
parent 2b34df4e
2009-10-04 Juanma Barranquero <lekktu@gmail.com>
* anti.texi (Antinews):
* macros.texi (Indenting Macros):
* strings.texi (Creating Strings, Case Conversion):
Remove duplicate words.
2009-10-01 Michael Albinus <michael.albinus@gmx.de>
* files.texi (Create/Delete Dirs): delete-directory has an
......@@ -32,7 +39,7 @@
2009-09-11 Alan Mackenzie <acm@muc.de>
* os.texi (Terminal Output): document `send-string-to-terminal' in
* os.texi (Terminal Output): Document `send-string-to-terminal' in
batch mode.
2009-09-01 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
......@@ -7722,7 +7729,7 @@
2002-08-05 Per Abrahamsen <abraham@dina.kvl.dk>
* customize.texi (Splicing into Lists): Fixed example.
Reported by Fabrice Bauzac <fabrice.bauzac@wanadoo.fr>
Reported by Fabrice Bauzac <fabrice.bauzac@wanadoo.fr>.
2002-06-17 Juanma Barranquero <lektu@terra.es>
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......@@ -36,7 +36,7 @@ handling of keybindings much more consistent.
@item
Temporarily-active regions are not created by giving the variable
@code{transient-mark-mode} values of the form @code{(only
. @var{oldvar})}. We instead use a more more complicated scheme:
. @var{oldvar})}. We instead use a more complicated scheme:
setting @code{transient-mark-mode} to @code{only} enables Transient
Mark mode for the following command only, during which the value of
@code{transient-mark-mode} is set to @code{identity}; if it is still
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......@@ -682,7 +682,7 @@ either.
@section Indenting Macros
You can use the @code{declare} form in the macro definition to
specify how to @key{TAB} should indent indent calls to the macro. You
specify how to @key{TAB} should indent calls to the macro. You
write it like this:
@example
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......@@ -155,9 +155,9 @@ index @var{start} up to (but excluding) the character at the index
@noindent
In the above example, the index for @samp{a} is 0, the index for
@samp{b} is 1, and the index for @samp{c} is 2. The index 3---which
is the the fourth character in the string---marks the character
position up to which the substring is copied. Thus, @samp{abc} is
copied from the string @code{"abcdefg"}.
is the fourth character in the string---marks the character position
up to which the substring is copied. Thus, @samp{abc} is copied from
the string @code{"abcdefg"}.
A negative number counts from the end of the string, so that @minus{}1
signifies the index of the last character of the string. For example:
......@@ -952,7 +952,7 @@ character or a string, to upper case.
When @var{string-or-char} is a string, this function returns a new
string in which each letter in the argument that is lower case is
converted to upper case. When @var{string-or-char} is a character,
this function returns the corresponding upper case character (an an
this function returns the corresponding upper case character (an
integer); if the original character is upper case, or is not a letter,
the return value is equal to the original character.
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