Date: Thu Feb 1 21:22:29 2007
New Revision: 13563
Fixes from thom++.
--- doc/trunk/design/syn/S03.pod (original)
+++ doc/trunk/design/syn/S03.pod Thu Feb 1 21:22:29 2007
@@ -303,7 +303,7 @@
restriction with a "long dot".
As mutating methods, all these operators dispatch to the type of
-the operand and return a result of the same time, but they are legal
+the operand and return a result of the same type, but they are legal
on value types only if the (immutable) value is stored in a mutable
container. However, a bare undefined value (in a suitable C<Scalar>
container) is allowed to mutate itself into an C<Int> in order to
@@ -947,7 +947,7 @@
and always assigns C<2> to C<$x> (because C<($x = 1)> is a valid lvalue).
-And in any case, repeating the C<$x> forces you do declare it earlier.
+And in any case, repeating the C<$x> forces you to declare it earlier.
The best don't-repeat-yourself solution is simply:
my $x = hmm() ?? 1 !! 2; # much better
@@ -3325,7 +3325,7 @@
=head1 Sequence points
Certain operators are guaranteed to provide I<sequence points>.
-Sequence points are guaranteed whenever some thunk of code is
+Sequence points are guaranteed whenever some thunk (a lazy chunk of code) is
conditionally evaluated based on the result of some other evaluation,
so the short-circuit and conditional operators all provide sequence