the last commit overlooked some fake-quote pairs

Signed-off-by: Thomas E. Dickey's avatarThomas E. Dickey <dickey@invisible-island.net>
parent ef31143c
......@@ -94,7 +94,7 @@ can return
If the atom name is not in the Host Portable Character Encoding,
the result is implementation-dependent.
Uppercase and lowercase matter;
the strings \*(lqthing\*(rq, ``Thing'', and ``thinG''
the strings \*(lqthing\*(rq, \*(lqThing\*(rq, and \*(lqthinG\*(rq
all designate different atoms.
The atom will remain defined even after the client's connection closes.
It will become undefined only when the last connection to
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......@@ -100,7 +100,7 @@ function loads the specified font and returns its associated font ID.
If the font name is not in the Host Portable Character Encoding,
the result is implementation-dependent.
Use of uppercase or lowercase does not matter.
When the characters \*(lq?\*(rq and ``*'' are used in a font name, a
When the characters \*(lq?\*(rq and \*(lq\*(rq are used in a font name, a
pattern match is performed and any matching font is used.
In the pattern,
the \*(lq?\*(rq character will match any single character,
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......@@ -194,7 +194,7 @@ The R, G, and B represent single hexadecimal digits.
When fewer than 16 bits each are specified,
they represent the most significant bits of the value
(unlike the \*(lqrgb:\*(rq syntax, in which values are scaled).
For example, the string \*(lq#3a7\*(rq is the same as ``#3000a0007000''.
For example, the string \*(lq#3a7\*(rq is the same as \*(lq#3000a0007000\*(rq.
.LP
An RGB intensity specification is identified
by the prefix \*(lqrgbi:\*(rq and conforms to the following syntax:
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......@@ -55,7 +55,7 @@ specific to the extension. If the extension involves additional error codes,
otherwise, it returns zero. The format of additional data in the errors is
specific to the extension. If the extension name is not in the Host Portable
Character Encoding the result is implementation-dependent. Uppercase and
lowercase matter; the strings \*(lqthing\*(rq, ``Thing'', and ``thinG'' are all
lowercase matter; the strings \*(lqthing\*(rq, \*(lqThing\*(rq, and \*(lqthinG\*(rq are all
considered different names.
.LP
The \fIXListExtensions\fP function returns a list of all extensions supported
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......@@ -129,7 +129,7 @@ If the style
or
.B XCompoundTextStyle
is specified,
this encoding is \*(lqSTRING\*(rq or ``COMPOUND_TEXT'', respectively.
this encoding is \*(lqSTRING\*(rq or \*(lqCOMPOUND_TEXT\*(rq, respectively.
If the style
.B XUTF8StringStyle
is specified,
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......@@ -218,7 +218,7 @@ the two-character sequence \*(lq\^\\\^\fInewline\fP\*(rq
recognized and removed from the value.
To allow a Value to contain arbitrary character codes,
the four-character sequence \*(lq\^\\\^\fInnn\fP\*(rq,
where each \fIn\fP is a digit character in the range of \*(lq0\*(rq\^\-``7'',
where each \fIn\fP is a digit character in the range of \*(lq0\*(rq\^\-\*(lq7\*(rq,
is recognized and replaced with a single byte that contains
the octal value specified by the sequence.
Finally, the two-character sequence \*(lq\^\\\\\*(rq is recognized
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......@@ -187,7 +187,7 @@ with the fully qualified name and class.
The algorithm for determining which resource database entry
matches a given query is the heart of the resource manager.
All queries must fully specify the name and class of the desired resource
(use of the characters \*(lq*\*(rq and ``?'' are not permitted).
(use of the characters \*(lq*\*(rq and \*(lq?\*(rq are not permitted).
The library supports up to 100 components in a full name or class.
Resources are stored in the database with only partially specified
names and classes, using pattern matching constructs.
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