Bug#307031: 'man bwbasic' typos: "Implenentation", "Mimimal", "conclludes", "defitions", "determing", "enviroment", "folowing", "oputput", etc.
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- Subject: Bug#307031: 'man bwbasic' typos: "Implenentation", "Mimimal", "conclludes", "defitions", "determing", "enviroment", "folowing", "oputput", etc.
- From: A Costa <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 30 Apr 2005 03:43:53 -0400
- Message-id: <E1DRmeL-00077A-00@Arf>
- Reply-to: A Costa <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
Found some typos in '/usr/share/man/man1/bwbasic.1.gz', see attached '.diff'.
Hope this helps...
-- System Information:
Debian Release: 3.1
APT prefers unstable
APT policy: (500, 'unstable'), (1, 'experimental')
Architecture: i386 (i686)
Kernel: Linux 2.6.9-1-686
Locale: LANG=C, LC_CTYPE=C (charmap=ANSI_X3.4-1968) (ignored: LC_ALL set to C)
Versions of packages bwbasic depends on:
ii libc6 2.3.2.ds1-21 GNU C Library: Shared libraries an
-- no debconf information
--- - 2005-04-30 03:43:18.196454000 -0400
+++ /tmp/bwbasic1.gz.27273 2005-04-30 03:43:18.190741341 -0400
@@ -214,7 +214,7 @@
added to the program in memory.
Line numbers are not strictly required, but are useful if the
- interactive enviroment is used for programming. For longer
+ interactive environment is used for programming. For longer
program entry one might prefer to use an ASCII text editor, and
in this case lines can be entered without numbers. One can use
DO NUM and DO UNNUM to number or unnumber lines. See also the
@@ -312,7 +312,7 @@
5. EXPANDED REFERENCE FOR COMMANDS AND FUNCTIONS
- The "Dependencies" listed in the folowing reference materials
+ The "Dependencies" listed in the following reference materials
refers to flags that must be set to TRUE in bwbasic.h for the
associated command or function to be implemented. These flags
are as follows:
@@ -326,7 +326,7 @@
COMMON_CMDS Commands beyond ANSI Minimal BASIC which are common
to Full ANSI BASIC and Microsoft BASICs
- COMMON_FUNCS Functions beyond the ANSI Mimimal BASIC core, but
+ COMMON_FUNCS Functions beyond the ANSI Minimal BASIC core, but
common to both ANSI Full BASIC and Microsoft-style
@@ -498,7 +498,7 @@
number (precision is irrelevant in bwBASIC since
bwBASIC numbers have only one precision).
- Implenentation-Specific Notes:
+ Implementation-Specific Notes:
CVD(), CVI(), CVS(), MKI$(), MKD$(), MKS$(): These functions
are implemented, but are dependent on a) the sizes for integer,
@@ -672,7 +672,7 @@
Description: EDIT is a pseudo-command which calls the text editor
specified in the variable BWB.EDITOR$ to edit the
program in memory. After the call to the text editor,
- the (edited) prgram is reloaded into memory. The user
+ the (edited) program is reloaded into memory. The user
normally must specific a valid path and filename in
BWB.EDITOR$ before this command will be useful.
@@ -845,7 +845,7 @@
Description: FUNCTION introduces a function definition, normally
ending with END FUNCTION. In bwBASIC, FUNCTION and
- DEF are qorking equivalents, so either can be used
+ DEF are working equivalents, so either can be used
with single-line function definitions or with multi-
line definitions terminated by END FUNCTION.
@@ -866,7 +866,7 @@
Command: GET [#] device-number [, record-number]
- Description: GET reads the next reacord from a random-access file
+ Description: GET reads the next record from a random-access file
or device into the buffer associated with that file.
If record-number is specified, the GET command reads the
@@ -1411,7 +1411,7 @@
Description: SELECT CASE introduces a multi-line conditional selection
statement. The expression given as the argument to SELECT
CASE will be evaluated by CASE statements following. The
- SELECT CASE statement conclludes with an END SELECT
+ SELECT CASE statement concludes with an END SELECT
As currently implemented, CASE statements may be followed
@@ -1623,7 +1623,7 @@
Description: WIDTH sets screen or device output to 'number'
columns. device-number specifies the device
- or file for oputput.
+ or file for output.
@@ -1659,7 +1659,7 @@
The preset variable BWB.PROMPT$ can be used to set the prompt
string for bwBASIC. Again, it is suggested that a user-
- selected promptcan be set up in a "profile.bas" to be
+ selected prompt can be set up in a "profile.bas" to be
initialized each time bwBASIC starts. Note that special
characters can be added to the prompt string, e.g.,
@@ -1670,7 +1670,7 @@
The preset variable BWB.IMPLEMENTATION$ will return "TTY" for
the bwx_tty implementation and will return "IQC" for the
IBM PC or Compatibles with QuickC (bwx_iqc) implementation.
- This may be useful in determing which commands and functions
+ This may be useful in determining which commands and functions
(specifically CLS, LOCATE, and INKEY$) may be available.
@@ -1759,7 +1759,7 @@
XMEM PC-type computers need to be able to use extended
memory. If we could use extended memory for program
- lines, variables, and function defitions, we could
+ lines, variables, and function definitions, we could
write much longer programs. This would entail,
however, a fairly serious rewriting of the program
to utilize memory handles for these storage features