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bug#226: Introduction to Emacs Lisp

From: Zac Storer
Subject: bug#226: Introduction to Emacs Lisp
Date: Mon, 12 May 2008 10:01:16 -0700 (PDT)

In the "Introduction to Emacs Lisp" Book, under List Processing:Lisp- 
Lists:Lisp Atoms, the eighth paragraph contains the following: 

In addition, text between double quotation marks--even sentences or
paragraphs--is an atom.  Here is an example:

     '(this list includes "text between quotation marks.")

The phrase "In addition" may be a little ambiguous to some readers, as it also 
sounds similar to the mathematical addition operation. Perhaps it could be 
replaced with something like "Furthermore"?

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