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Fix f/intdoc.texi warning


Building gcc I get these warnings:
/cvs/gcc/gcc/f/intdoc.texi:9503: warning: unlikely character ( in @var.
/cvs/gcc/gcc/f/intdoc.texi:9503: warning: unlikely character ) in @var.
/cvs/gcc/gcc/f/intdoc.texi:9582: warning: unlikely character ( in @var.
/cvs/gcc/gcc/f/intdoc.texi:9582: warning: unlikely character ) in @var.

According to the texinfo manual, we really should use @code.  Tested
with running makeinfo.

Ok to commit?

Andreas

2003-11-12  Andreas Jaeger  <aj@suse.de>

	* intdoc.texi (Signal Intrinsic (subroutine)): Fix texinfo warning
	using @code.

============================================================
Index: gcc/f/intdoc.texi
--- gcc/f/intdoc.texi	18 May 2003 14:20:23 -0000	1.26
+++ gcc/f/intdoc.texi	12 Nov 2003 09:08:02 -0000
@@ -9500,7 +9500,7 @@ See @code{signal(2)}.
 
 Note that @var{Handler} will be called using C conventions,
 so the value of its argument in Fortran terms
-Fortran terms is obtained by applying @code{%LOC()} (or @var{LOC()}) to it.
+Fortran terms is obtained by applying @code{%LOC()} (or @code{LOC()}) to it.
 
 The value returned by @code{signal(2)} is written to @var{Status}, if
 that argument is supplied.
@@ -9579,7 +9579,7 @@ See @code{signal(2)}.
 
 Note that @var{Handler} will be called using C conventions,
 so the value of its argument in Fortran terms
-is obtained by applying @code{%LOC()} (or @var{LOC()}) to it.
+is obtained by applying @code{%LOC()} (or @code{LOC()}) to it.
 
 The value returned by @code{signal(2)} is returned.
 

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