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Shlomi Fish committed febb530

More spellchecking.

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File lib/hunspell/whitelist1.txt

 MediaWiki-based
 wikis
 CPAN
+CPAN's
 XML
 CGI
 Sys
 Blog
 Blogs
 pure-Perl
+backticks
 
 ====dest/web-forums/index.html
 
 first_name
 last_name
 JSON
+PHP's
+IO
+FileHandle
+MoreUtils
+notall
+Util
+print_foo-
+print_foo
+inline-
+inline
+ARGV
+Refactoring
+callstack
+Foo
+'if_false
+'if_true
+Cond
+cond_var
+get_employee
+'sophie
+get_address
+proto
+Perl6-Form
+perlform
+Torvalds
+Randal
+my_object_instance-
+STDIN
+obj-
+get_street
+my_object_instance
+write_fh
+_square
+sum_of_squares
+Utils
+SumOfSquares
+Math
+'_
+args
+filehandle
+filenames
+qw
+foobar
+'foobar
+myvar
+varvarname
+Dominus
+Varvarname
+undef
+temp_file
+tempfile
+txt
+rm
+Perl-based
+write_fh
+Perl-Tidy
+sub-regex
+username
+plaintext
+quotemeta
+mini-regex
+pass_fh
+PASSWD
+username
+passwd
+other_array
+idx
+'t
+stringification
+deck_size-1
+deck_size
+int
+deck_size-
+accessor
+CPAN
+Readonly
+_age
+_name
+'age
+'name
+Perl's
+perlpod
+myhash_ref-
+myarray_ref-
+myarray_ref
+new_object
+MyProject
+myhash_ref
+params
+Noria
+OnLAMP
+Lowercase
+uppercase
+lowercase
+pragmas
+'Perl-Begin
+x0d
+send_email
+'shlomif
+args-
+to_address
+from_address
+send_email
+myhash
+my_func
+calc_polynomial
+x_power
+coeff
+Getopt
+EOF
+IO-All
+_slurp
+'Jack
+MyClass
+x0a
+to_addresses
+array1
+2x
+my_function
+bareword
+'EOF
+perl-begin
+long_string_without_interpolation
+my_file_handle
+sophie
+myfunc
+my_fh
+input_fh
+namesofpresidents
+names_of_presidents
+presidents_names
+Devel-Declare
+5's
+perlipc
+fn
+two-args
+three-args
+Bareword
+MyModule
+input_filename

File src/tutorials/bad-elements/index.html.wml

 
 <p>
 The first thing to know about handling arguments for subroutines is to avoid
-refering to them directly by index. Imagine you have the following code:
+referring to them directly by index. Imagine you have the following code:
 </p>
 
 <pre>
 <bad_code>
 my $username = shift(@ARGV);
 
-open my $pass_fh, '&lt;', '/etc/passswd'
+open my $pass_fh, '&lt;', '/etc/passwd'
     or die "Cannot open /etc/passwd - $!";
 
 PASSWD:
 <tt>$foobar</tt>. While there are ways to achieve similar things in Perl,
 the best way is to use <a href="$(ROOT)/topics/hashes/">hashes</a> (possibly
 pointing to complex records with more information) and lookup them by
-the string you want to use. Read the link by MJD for more information.
+the string you want to use. Read the link by Mark Jason Dominus for more
+information.
 </p>
 
 </item>