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authorJim Meyering <meyering@redhat.com>2008-05-28 11:37:21 +0200
committerJim Meyering <meyering@redhat.com>2010-02-22 21:25:57 +0100
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parent34a407de9661ff8e938d152445b750becb247f7c (diff)
manual: fix doubled-words and typos
* manual/charset.texi (Selecting the Conversion): Likewise. * manual/errno.texi (Error Messages): Likewise. * manual/getopt.texi (Getopt Long Options): Likewise. * manual/memory.texi (Resizing the Data Segment): Likewise. * manual/message.texi (GUI program problems): Likewise. * manual/resource.texi (CPU Affinity): Likewise. * manual/stdio.texi (Streams and Threads): Likewise. * manual/time.texi (High Accuracy Clock): Likewise.
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@@ -2379,7 +2379,7 @@ exceed the process' data storage limit.
@c The Brk system call in Linux (as opposed to the GNU C Library function)
@c is considerably different. It always returns the new end of the data
@c segment, whether it succeeds or fails. The GNU C library Brk determines
-@c it's a failure if and only if if the system call returns an address less
+@c it's a failure if and only if the system call returns an address less
@c than the address requested.
@end deftypefun