Commit e8d71283 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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* doc/lispref/intro.texi (A Sample Function Description): Fix cross-refs.

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2012-07-05 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* intro.texi (A Sample Function Description): Fix cross-refs.
2012-07-05 Michael Witten <mfwitten@gmail.com> (tiny change)
* intro.texi (Evaluation Notation, A Sample Function Description)
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to an object of that type. A plural of a type (such as @var{buffers})
often means a list of objects of that type. An argument named with the
type @var{object} may be bound to an object of any type.
(@xref{Lisp Data Types} for a list of Emacs object types.) An argument
(For a list of Emacs object types, @pxref{Lisp Data Types}.) An argument
with some other sort of name (e.g., @var{new-file}) is discussed
specifically in the description of the function. In some sections,
features common to the arguments of several functions are described at
the beginning.
@xref{Lambda Expressions} for a more complete description of arguments
modified by @code{&optional} and @code{&rest}.
For a more complete description of arguments modified by
@code{&optional} and @code{&rest}, @pxref{Lambda Expressions}.
Command, macro, and special form descriptions have the same format,
but the word `Function' is replaced by `Command', `Macro', or `Special
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