CVS difference for ais/ai-00195.txt

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--- ais/ai-00195.txt	2005/05/15 23:39:58	1.31
+++ ais/ai-00195.txt	2005/06/16 23:47:10	1.32
@@ -427,11 +427,11 @@
 !corrigendum 13.13.2(27)
 
 @drepl
-S'Output then calls S'Write to write the value of Item to the stream. S'Input
+S'Output then calls S'Write to write the value of @i<Item> to the stream. S'Input
 then creates an object (with the bounds or discriminants, if any, taken from
 the stream), initializes it with S'Read, and returns the value of the object.
 @dby
-S'Output then calls S'Write to write the value of Item to the stream. S'Input
+S'Output then calls S'Write to write the value of @i<Item> to the stream. S'Input
 then creates an object (with the bounds or discriminants, if any, taken from
 the stream), passes it to S'Read, and returns the value of the object.
 Normal default initialization and finalization take place for this object (see
@@ -543,14 +543,14 @@
 
 @i<@s8<Implementation Permissions>>
 
-The number of calls performed by the predefined implementation of the stream-
-oriented attributes on the Read and Write operations of the stream type is
-unspecified. An implementation may take advantage of this permission to perform
-internal buffering. However, all the calls on the Read and Write operations of
-the stream type needed to implement an explicit invocation of a stream-oriented
-attribute must take place before this invocation returns. An explicit
-invocation is one appearing explicitly in the program text, possibly through a
-generic instantiation (see 12.3).
+The number of calls performed by the predefined implementation of the
+stream-oriented attributes on the Read and Write operations of the stream type
+is unspecified. An implementation may take advantage of this permission to
+perform internal buffering. However, all the calls on the Read and Write
+operations of the stream type needed to implement an explicit invocation of a
+stream-oriented attribute must take place before this invocation returns. An
+explicit invocation is one appearing explicitly in the program text, possibly
+through a generic instantiation (see 12.3).
 
 !appendix
 

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