CVS difference for ai12s/ai12-0196-1.txt

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--- ai12s/ai12-0196-1.txt	2017/01/14 02:55:52	1.9
+++ ai12s/ai12-0196-1.txt	2017/04/25 06:32:32	1.10
@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
-!standard A.18(2/2)                                 16-12-27   AI12-0196-1/07
+!standard A.18(2/2)                                 17-04-24   AI12-0196-1/08
 !standard A.18.2(125/2)
 !standard A.18.2(133/3)
 !standard A.18.2(135/3)
@@ -246,19 +246,19 @@
 
 As an example of usage for a Vector container, consider the problem of
 adding two vectors together to produce a result vector.
-Suppose a user defined parallelism library call exists with the following profile;
+Suppose a user defined parallelism library call exists with the following profile:
 
    procedure Parallel_Loop
      (From    : Natural;
       To      : Natural;
       Process : not null access procedure (Start, Finish : Natural))
 
-   Where From and To identify the full range of iteration for the loop,
-   and Process identifies a user supplied routine to process a separate
-   "chunk" of loop iterations.
+The parameters From and To identify the full range of iteration for the loop,
+and Process identifies a user supplied routine to process a separate
+chunk" of loop iterations.
 
-   The following code fragment should compile and execute to generate
-   the expected results.
+The following code fragment should compile and execute to generate
+the expected results.
 
    declare
       N : constant := 1_000_000;
@@ -306,12 +306,12 @@
         procedure (Iterations : Iteration_Count;
                    Work_Item  : in out Cursor));
 
- From is passed a cursor corresponding to the first element in the container.
- Iterations identifes the number of elements in the container.
- The Get_Cursor function is a user supplied function that generates a
- new cursor as an offset from an existing cursor.
- The Process parameter identifies the user supplied processing that is to
- be applied to each element in the container.
+The parameter From is passed a cursor corresponding to the first element in
+the container. Iterations identifies the number of elements in the container.
+The Get_Cursor function is a user supplied function that generates a
+new cursor as an offset from an existing cursor.
+The Process parameter identifies the user supplied processing that is to
+be applied to each element in the container.
 
    declare
       package Integer_Lists is new

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