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Adrian's mega typo patch, plus

2002-03-18 Adrian Aichner <adrian@xemacs.org>;

* pcl-cvs-parse.el (cvs-parse-ignored-messages): Ignore messages
from cvswrapper server.

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+2002-03-12  Adrian Aichner  <adrian@xemacs.org>
+
+	* calc.texinfo: Fix typos found by my own grep-for-likely-typo.pl.
+
 2002-01-13  Steve Youngs  <youngs@xemacs.org>
 
 	* package-info.in (provides): Update to include all provides.
 precision, but it doesn't always bump the precision up enough.
 In each case, Calc added about two digits of precision during
 its calculation and then rounded back down to 12 digits
-afterward.  In one case, it was enough; in the the other, it
+afterward.  In one case, it was enough; in the other, it
 wasn't.  If you really need @var{x} digits of precision, it
 never hurts to do the calculation with a few extra guard digits.
 
 @kindex v p (complex)
 @pindex calc-pack
 The @kbd{v p} (@code{calc-pack}) command can pack the top two numbers on
-the the stack into a composite object such as a complex number.  With
-a prefix argument of @i{-1}, it produces a rectangular complex number;
+the stack into a composite object such as a complex number.  With a
+prefix argument of @i{-1}, it produces a rectangular complex number;
 with an argument of @i{-2}, it produces a polar complex number.
 (Also, @pxref{Building Vectors}.)
 
 falls in this hour results in a time value for the following hour,
 from 3 a.m.@: to 4 a.m.  At the end of daylight savings time, the
 hour from 1 a.m.@: to 2 a.m.@: repeats itself; converting a date/time
-form that falls in in this hour results in a time value for the first
+form that falls in this hour results in a time value for the first
 manifestion of that time (@emph{not} the one that occurs one hour later).
 
 If @code{math-daylight-savings-hook} is @code{nil}, then the
 @noindent
 The portion selected is always large enough to be considered a complete
 formula all by itself, so selecting the parenthesis selects the whole
-formula that it encloses.  Putting the cursor on the the @samp{+} sign
+formula that it encloses.  Putting the cursor on the @samp{+} sign
 would have had the same effect.
 
 (Strictly speaking, the Emacs cursor is really the manifestation of
 guess on the stack, and are prompted for the name of a variable.  The guess
 may be either a number near the desired minimum, or an interval enclosing
 the desired minimum.  The function returns a vector containing the
-value of the the variable which minimizes the formula's value, along
+value of the variable which minimizes the formula's value, along
 with the minimum value itself.
 
 Note that this command looks for a @emph{local} minimum.  Many functions
 
 @defun format-value a width
 Convert the Calc number or formula @var{a} to string form, using the
-format seen in the stack buffer.  Beware the the string returned may
+format seen in the stack buffer.  Beware the string returned may
 not be re-readable by @code{read-expr}, for example, because of digit
 grouping.  Multi-line objects like matrices produce strings that
 contain newline characters to separate the lines.  The @var{w}
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