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g77.texi fixes

The typpos are presumably not important for egcs 1.1, but I think the
version needs changing.  (It's currently inconsistent with

1998-08-23  Dave Love  <>

	* g77.texi: Increment `version-g77' and fix a few typos.

Index: g77.texi
RCS file: /egcs/carton/cvsfiles/egcs/gcc/f/g77.texi,v
retrieving revision
diff -u -p -r1.15.2.1 g77.texi
--- g77.texi	1998/07/15 09:55:11
+++ g77.texi	1998/08/23 16:43:54
@@ -14,8 +14,8 @@
 @c %**start of header 
-@set last-up-date 1998-07-13
-@set version-g77 0.5.23
+@set last-up-date 1998-08-23
+@set version-g77 0.5.24
 @set email-general
 @set email-bugs
 @set path-g77 egcs/gcc/f
@@ -2789,7 +2789,7 @@ contains preprocessor directives.
 These options affect how the @code{cpp} preprocessor searches
 for files specified via the @code{#include} directive.
 Therefore, when compiling Fortran programs, they are meaningful
-when the preproecssor is used.
+when the preprocssor is used.
 @cindex INCLUDE directive
 @cindex directive, INCLUDE
@@ -4092,7 +4092,7 @@ As such, GNU users rarely need consider 
 hardware (or, in many cases, operating system) they are using at any
 particular time.
 They can use and write software designed for a general-purpose,
-widely portable, heteregenous environment---the GNU environment.
+widely portable, heterogenous environment---the GNU environment.
 In line with this philosophy, GNU Fortran must evolve into a product
 that is widely ported and portable not only in the sense that it can
@@ -9989,7 +9989,7 @@ of floating-point constants under certai
 @node Surprising Interpretations of Code
 @subsection Surprising Interpretations of Code
-The @samp{-Wsuprising} option can help find bugs involving
+The @samp{-Wsurprising} option can help find bugs involving
 expression evaluation or in
 the way @code{DO} loops with non-integral iteration variables
 are handled.
@@ -11011,7 +11011,7 @@ power of two (in Fortran, by @samp{2**N}
 is negative.
 So, a value like 0.2 is exactly represented in decimal---since
-it is a fraction, @samp{2/10}, with a denomenator that is compatible
+it is a fraction, @samp{2/10}, with a denominator that is compatible
 with the base of the number system (base 10).
 However, @samp{2/10} cannot be represented by any finite number
 of sums of any of 1.0, 0.5, 0.25, and so on, so 0.2 cannot
@@ -12667,7 +12667,7 @@ If your code works with any of these com
 proof that the bug isn't in @code{g77}---a @code{g77} bug exposed
 by your code might simply be avoided, or have a different, more subtle
 effect, when different options are used---but it can be a
-strong indicator that your code is making unawarranted assumptions
+strong indicator that your code is making unwarranted assumptions
 about the Fortran dialect and/or underlying machine it is
 being compiled and run on.
@@ -12677,10 +12677,10 @@ for information on the @samp{-fno-automa
 their use into selective changes in your own code.
-@pindex ftncheck
+@pindex ftnchek
 Validate your code with @code{ftnchek} or a similar code-checking
-@code{ftncheck} can be found at @uref{}
+@code{ftnchek} can be found at @uref{}
 or @uref{}.
 @pindex make

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