CVS difference for acs/ac-00301.txt

Differences between 1.1 and version 1.2
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--- acs/ac-00301.txt	2018/01/12 05:22:18	1.1
+++ acs/ac-00301.txt	2018/07/27 23:55:53	1.2
@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@
 1) is a race condition...you always have to handle a file not being what you
 just checked for.
 
-All these subprograms would still be useful additions though. 
+All these subprograms would still be useful additions though.
 
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@@ -65,8 +65,8 @@
 >
 >	   function Read_Only (Name : in String) return Boolean;
 >
->	It is often better to know, if the file exists (first checked with  
->Exists), whether you can erase it or rewrite it or not, instead of  
+>	It is often better to know, if the file exists (first checked with
+>Exists), whether you can erase it or rewrite it or not, instead of
 >doing so via trial and error (well, exception...).
 
 (1) Someone noted that all such queries are race conditions. You have to
@@ -84,7 +84,7 @@
 package should be provided with every Ada implementation, and in the particular
 cases of Windows and Linux, the AARM specifies a minimum set of operations that
 should be found in the package. (We can't mention Windows or Linux in the
-tandard, or this would all have been normative requirements.) Implementations
+Standard, or this would all have been normative requirements.) Implementations
 that don't follow this advice is ignoring the clear intent of the designers.
 For Windows, Ada.Information.Is_Read_Only is the operation that you want. If
 your compiler doesn't support that, complain to your vendor (not the ARG!!!!).

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