CVS difference for ais/ai-00087.txt

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--- ais/ai-00087.txt	2000/01/26 18:24:20	1.3
+++ ais/ai-00087.txt	2000/06/21 23:39:07	1.4
@@ -64,11 +64,11 @@
 will change the value of Current_Output_Object, the second call to Set_Output
 will have no effect, and the Close will close a file that's still being
 used as the current output file. Thus any operations on Current_Output
-after the call to P will be erroneous by RM95-A.10.3(23).
+after the call to P will be erroneous by A.10.3(23).
 
 Is the suggested implementation of Text_IO legal?  If so, the example
 in the Rationale is non-portable.  If not, how can the prohibition be
-inferred from the RM?
+inferred from the International Standard?
 
 !response
 
@@ -82,14 +82,15 @@
 the default input and output file objects are the so-called standard
 input file object and standard output file object."  That is, the terms
 "default input file object" and "default output file object" are not
-names of distinct file objects, but of a ROLE played by a file object.
+names of distinct file objects, but of a *role* played by a file object.
 That is, the only way that a single file object can be both the standard
 input file and the default input file is if the default input file is not
 a file object distinct from all other file objects.  (The role played by
 the file objects currently acting as the default objects is described by
 A.10(4):  "If no file is specified, a default input file or a default
-output file is used."  This is the closest the RM comes to defining what
-a default file is, and the terms should probably have been italicized.)
+output file is used."  This is the closest the International Standard comes
+to defining what a default file is, and the terms should probably have
+been italicized.)
 
 !ACATS test
 

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