Op 27-03-18 om 20:23 schreef Larry Hynes:
> Funny, I did wonder if it might be a contraction, but I did find
> it odd that it's not mentioned or explained. I'll leave it be, if
> you all are happy enough to keep it 'as is', or can resubmit if you
> think it's warranted.

I think the simple fact that it came up here is evidence that this is
too jargony for a manual. Patch attached.

- M.
diff --git a/src/dash.1 b/src/dash.1
index 1056285..c452c3f 100644
--- a/src/dash.1
+++ b/src/dash.1
@@ -606,11 +606,11 @@ and
 .Dq ||
 are AND-OR list operators.
 .Dq &&
-executes the first command, and then executes the second command iff the
-exit status of the first command is zero.
+executes the first command, and then executes the second command if and only
+if the exit status of the first command is zero.
 .Dq ||
-is similar, but executes the second command iff the exit status of the first
-command is nonzero.
+is similar, but executes the second command if and only if the exit status
+of the first command is nonzero.
 .Dq &&
 and
 .Dq ||

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