Jim Meyering <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> @@ -10884,8 +10884,9 @@ To make @command{expr} interpret keywords as strings, 
> you must use the
>  @cindex expressions, numeric
>
>  @command{expr} supports the usual numeric operators, in order of increasing
> -precedence.  The string operators (previous section) have lower precedence,
> -the connectives (next section) have higher.
> +precedence.  These numeric operators have higher precedence than the
> +string operators described in the previous section, and lower precedence
> +than the connectives (next section).

That's exactly as backwards as before.

Andreas.

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