; Update lisp/ldefs-boot.el

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......@@ -27423,11 +27423,8 @@ nil
necessary to ensure that a postfix operator appended to it will
apply to the whole expression.
The optional argument KEEP-ORDER, if non-nil, forces the match to
be performed in the order given, as if the strings were made into
a regexp by joining them with the `\\|' operator. If nil or
omitted, the returned regexp is will always match the longest
string possible.
The returned regexp is ordered in such a way that it will always
match the longest string possible.
Up to reordering, the resulting regexp is equivalent to but
usually more efficient than that of a simplified version:
......@@ -27443,7 +27440,7 @@ usually more efficient than that of a simplified version:
(mapconcat \\='regexp-quote strings \"\\\\|\")
(cdr parens))))
\(fn STRINGS &optional PAREN KEEP-ORDER)" nil nil)
\(fn STRINGS &optional PAREN)" nil nil)
(autoload 'regexp-opt-depth "regexp-opt" "\
Return the depth of REGEXP.
......@@ -31063,7 +31060,11 @@ Use \\[untabify] to convert tabs to spaces before sorting.
(autoload 'reverse-region "sort" "\
Reverse the order of lines in a region.
From a program takes two point or marker arguments, BEG and END.
When called from Lisp, takes two point or marker arguments, BEG and END.
If BEG is not at the beginning of a line, the first line of those
to be reversed is the line starting after BEG.
If END is not at the end of a line, the last line to be reversed
is the one that ends before END.
\(fn BEG END)" t nil)
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