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[PATCH] apo/A06.pod: spelling error(s)

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From:
Steven Philip Schubiger
Date:
April 17, 2005 07:15
Subject:
[PATCH] apo/A06.pod: spelling error(s)
Message ID:
200504171252.j3HCqRI5025465@accognoscere.homeunix.org
A spelling mistake and a word, that supposedly has been forgotten.

Steven

--- apo/A06.pod		Sun Apr 17 14:34:16 2005
+++ apo/A06.pod		Sun Apr 17 14:42:37 2005
@@ -2021,7 +2021,7 @@
 
 All blocks are considered closures in Perl 6, even the blocks
 that declare modules or classes (presuming you use the block form).
-A closure is just an anonymous subroutine that has access its lexical
+A closure is just an anonymous subroutine that has access to its lexical
 context.  The fact that some closures are immediately associated
 with names or have other kinds of parameter declarations does not
 change the fact that an anonymous bare block without parameters is
@@ -3509,7 +3509,7 @@
 
 On the other hand, this means that any unrecognized word followed by
 a list may unambiguously be taken to be a multimethod being called
-as a list operaotr.  After all, we don't know when someone will be
+as a list operator.  After all, we don't know when someone will be
 adding more multimethods.  I currently think this is a feature, but
 I could be sadly mistaken.  It has happened once or twice in the past.
 


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