Fix a problem in the bcl manual

Signed-off-by: Gavin Howard <gavin@yzena.com>
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Gavin Howard 12 months ago
parent 343a484995
commit f38e0e9932
Signed by: gavin
GPG Key ID: C08038BDF280D33E
  1. 5
      manuals/bcl.3
  2. 4
      manuals/bcl.3.md

@ -236,8 +236,9 @@ bcl(3) is async-signal-safe if
\f[B]bcl_handleSignal(\f[R]\f[I]void\f[R]\f[B])\f[R] is used properly.
(See the \f[B]SIGNAL HANDLING\f[R] section.)
.PP
bcl(3) assumes that it is allowed to use the \f[B]bcl_\f[R] and
\f[B]bc_\f[R] prefixes for symbol names without collision.
bcl(3) assumes that it is allowed to use the \f[B]bcl\f[R],
\f[B]Bcl\f[R], \f[B]bc\f[R], and \f[B]Bc\f[R] prefixes for symbol names
without collision.
.PP
All of the items in its interface are described below.
See the documentation for each function for what each function can

@ -220,8 +220,8 @@ bcl(3) is a library that implements arbitrary-precision decimal math, as
bcl(3) is async-signal-safe if **bcl_handleSignal(**_void_**)** is used
properly. (See the **SIGNAL HANDLING** section.)
bcl(3) assumes that it is allowed to use the **bcl_** and **bc_** prefixes for
symbol names without collision.
bcl(3) assumes that it is allowed to use the **bcl**, **Bcl**, **bc**, and
**Bc** prefixes for symbol names without collision.
All of the items in its interface are described below. See the documentation for
each function for what each function can return.

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