Date: 2008-12-31 03:23:01 +0100 (Wed, 31 Dec 2008)
New Revision: 24699
[S03] clean up some awkward phrasing
--- docs/Perl6/Spec/S03-operators.pod 2008-12-31 02:14:08 UTC (rev 24698)
+++ docs/Perl6/Spec/S03-operators.pod 2008-12-31 02:23:01 UTC (rev 24699)
@@ -2650,8 +2650,9 @@
(1|2|3) + 4; # 5|6|7
(1|2) + (3&4); # (4|5) & (5|6)
-Note how the result is a junction representing the operator applied to each
-combination of values, when two junctions are applied through an operator.
+As illustrated by the last example, when two junctions are applied
+through a single operator, the result is a junction representing the
+application of the operator to each possible combination of values.
Junctions come with the functional variants C<any>, C<all>, C<one>, and
@@ -2770,7 +2771,7 @@
-The C<leg> operator (less than, equal or greater than) is defined
+The C<leg> operator (less than, equal to, or greater than) is defined
in terms of C<cmp>, so C<$a leg $b> is now defined as C<~$a cmp ~$b>.
The sort operator still defaults to C<cmp> rather than C<leg>. The
C<< <=> >> operator's semantics are unchanged except that it returns