Re: Some spelling corrections
Florian Ernst wrote, Thursday, September 02, 2004 9:59 AM
> On Wed, Sep 01, 2004 at 10:30:57PM -0600, doug jensen wrote:
>> Being familiar with the Unix environment (and specially GNU userland,
> There are 39 uses of [Ss]pecially in the English pages, so I rather
> leave this for others.
That one should be especially.
>> message might overflow a buffer and which could result into executing
> I'm not sure, but my dictionary agrees. "into" sounds good to me,
Definitely "...could result in...". "into" makes no sense in this context.
In fact, the sentence makes no sense. :-)
It should be:
-message might overflow a buffer and which could result into executing
+message might overflow a buffer, which could result in executing arbitrary