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--- ais/ai-00148.txt	2000/02/14 21:27:55	1.2
+++ ais/ai-00148.txt	2004/04/06 19:56:55	1.3
@@ -1,5 +1,6 @@
-!standard 09.05.04 (07)                               00-02-14  AI95-00148/01
+!standard 09.05.04 (07)                               04-03-23  AI95-00148/02
 !class confirmation 96-06-06
+!status ARG Approved 5-0-4  04-03-05
 !status work item 00-02-14
 !status received 96-06-06
 !priority Low
@@ -19,22 +20,23 @@
 !question
 
 Does the requeue of a protected entry call to an entry in another protected
-object result in a nesting of protected operations.
+object result in a nesting of protected actions? (Yes.)
 
 !response
 
 RM95-9.5.4(7) says that a requeue statement causes the enclosing
 entry body to be completed, finalized, and left. This does not mean that all
 of the protected operations that originated with the call have finished.
+
 Section 9.5.1(7) states
     "After performing an operation on a protected object
-     other than a  call on a protected function, but prior to completing the
+     other than a call on a protected function, but prior to completing the
      associated protected action, the entry queues (if any) of the protected
      object are serviced (see 9.5.3)."
 and 9.5.3(13-18) says
   13   "When a queued call is selected, it is removed from its entry queue.
   Selecting a queued call from a particular entry queue is called servicing the
-  entry queue.  An entry with queued calls can be serviced under the following
+  entry queue. An entry with queued calls can be serviced under the following
   circumstances:
 
    14  {N/A - on accept statements}
@@ -58,7 +60,7 @@
 
 Any execution resources associated with the protected entry and any epilogue
 actions, such as evaluation of entry guards as a result of this protected
-entry, are not performed until after the requeue statements completes.
+entry, are not performed until after the requeue statement completes.
 
 In cases where the requeue operation results in immediate execution of the
 entry, then the protected operation that was the target of the requeue will

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