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bug#13852: Emacs Lisp Reference Manual v 24.2.1 - Minor Correction to se
bug#13852: Emacs Lisp Reference Manual v 24.2.1 - Minor Correction to section 2.3.4
Fri, 1 Mar 2013 21:52:18 -0500
This report concerns Emacs version 24.2.1. In the section of
documentation quoted below, 'fifth example' should read 'fourth
example' and 'fourth example' should read 'third example'.
2.3.4 Symbol Type
Here are several examples of symbol names. Note that the `+' in the
fifth example is escaped to prevent it from being read as a number.
This is not necessary in the fourth example because the rest of the name
makes it invalid as a number.
foo ; A symbol named `foo'.
FOO ; A symbol named `FOO', different from `foo'.
1+ ; A symbol named `1+'
; (not `+1', which is an integer).
\+1 ; A symbol named `+1'
; (not a very readable name).
- bug#13852: Emacs Lisp Reference Manual v 24.2.1 - Minor Correction to section 2.3.4,