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Documentation typo

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In the online html documentation, in the Programmer's Guide, at 1.2.4,
it reads:
"If it is + (the default) then the compiler will only evaluate as many
terms as are necessary to determine the result of the complete expression."
Obviously it should be "If it is - (the default)"
Regards, Marco
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Re: Documentation typo

Michael Van Canneyt


On Fri, 15 Feb 2019, Marco Borsari via fpc-pascal wrote:

> In the online html documentation, in the Programmer's Guide, at 1.2.4,
> it reads:
> "If it is + (the default) then the compiler will only evaluate as many
> terms as are necessary to determine the result of the complete expression."
> Obviously it should be "If it is - (the default)"

Thanks for notifying us. Luckily, this is already fixed in SVN !

Michael.
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