Typo in reference

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neuromau
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Typo in reference

Post by neuromau »

Hi, I just noticed this typo in the programmer's reference and wasn't sure where to post for it:
The SYNTAX for Entry "x3d" reads "x3d" but it should read "x3d(i)".

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Marianne
hines
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Re: Typo in reference

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Thanks. I wish all bugs were that easy to fix.
neuromau
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Re: Typo in reference

Post by neuromau »

Something happened to the text in this documentation page: http://www.neuron.yale.edu/neuron/stati ... n/obj.html. The last section 'Footnotes; Inheritance and Polymorphism' has a few incomplete sentences that don't seem to directly follow each other:
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A language supports Polymorphism when it automatically does the right thing

OC has no direct support for inheritance but you can get half of its effectiveness by

Coplein To begin learning C++ you can start with any of a myriad of introductory books. But you should end with Coplein's Advanced C++ Programming; styles and idioms.

Well, almost never. ...
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Marianne
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Re: Typo in reference

Post by hines »

Thanks. Some minor repairs have been uploaded to the site. Chapter 13 of "The NEURON Book" contains better edited material.
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