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Comment:Moved text block for general feedback out of `doctools2base` module to directory `common-text`. Updated all doc references.
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User & Date: aku 2019-04-18 23:17:41
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2019-04-18
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Moved text block for general feedback out of `doctools2base` module to directory `common-text`. Updated all doc references. check-in: 8b098b25f7 user: aku tags: doc-overhaul
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They are left in place, i.e. not deleted, to serve as demonstrations
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If this option is not specified it defaults to [const 38573]. It
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has the same meaning as the example before\.

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horizontal and vertical tabs, carriage return, and newline, but it may
contain comment markup as well, in the form of the <b class="cmd"><a href="../../../../index.html#comment">comment</a></b>

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the processing and conversion of doctools documents, i.e. either
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ultra-configurable [syscmd dtp].

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[cmd ::htmlparse::2tree]. It removes all nodes representing forms and
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[para]
OpenSSL, [uri http://www.openssl.org/]

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[para]
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}]

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D. Knuth, Art of Computer Programming,

Vol. 1, Problem 1.2.4-5.

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D. Knuth, Art of Computer Programming,

Vol. 1, Problem 1.2.4-5.

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Print machine parameters on standard output.

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Return the sum of one or more numeric values.

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Return the sum of one or more numeric values.

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[enum] [uri http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Line-line_intersection]
[enum] [uri http://local.wasp.uwa.edu.au/~pbourke/geometry/lineline2d/]
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The theory of linear programming is the subject of many a text book and
the Simplex algorithm that is implemented here is the best-known
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definition, it consists of a list of two elements: the keyword
"POLYNOMIAL" and the list of coefficients in descending order. The
latter makes it easier to implement Horner's rule.

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latter makes it easier to implement Horner's rule.

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[section "REMARKS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION"]

The implementation of the rational functions relies on the
math::polynomials package. For further remarks see the documentation on
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The implementation of the rational functions relies on the
math::polynomials package. For further remarks see the documentation on
that package.

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[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
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Of these commands both [emph toroman] and [emph tointeger] are exported
for easier use. The other two are not, as they could interfer or be
confused with existing Tcl commands.

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Of these commands both [emph toroman] and [emph tointeger] are exported
for easier use. The other two are not, as they could interfer or be
confused with existing Tcl commands.

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[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
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integral is 3.97746 +/- 2.3557e-010
}]

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}]

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Much information about these functions can be found in:
[para]
Abramowitz and Stegun: [emph "Handbook of Mathematical Functions"]
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Much information about these functions can be found in:
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[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
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[item]
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                         y {$c * $x + $d * $y}}
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                         y {$c * $x + $d * $y}}
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[list_end]

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      Message Authentication", RFC 2104, February 1997.
	([uri http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc2104.txt])

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      Message Authentication", RFC 2104, February 1997.
	([uri http://www.rfc-editor.org/rfc/rfc2104.txt])

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EOF: The channel connecting us to the client, its ip-address, and its
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Another loss of the connection, be it during or after re-entering the
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its connection to the name service. Based on package [package uevent].

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Developers wishing to modify and/or extend or to just understand the
internals of the nameservice facility however are strongly advised to
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[cmd expander] was written by William H. Duquette; it is a repackaging
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[para] The result of the command is the empty string.

[comment ============================================================]
[list_end]

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[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
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[section Examples]

Examples of this type of deferal are buried in the (C-level)
implementations all the Tk widgets, defering geometry calculations and
window redraw activity in this manner.

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[section Examples]

Examples of this type of deferal are buried in the (C-level)
implementations all the Tk widgets, defering geometry calculations and
window redraw activity in this manner.

[vset CATEGORY uevent]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

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GNU Units program at [uri http://www.gnu.org/software/units/]

[section "AUTHORS"]

Robert W. Techentin

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GNU Units program at [uri http://www.gnu.org/software/units/]

[section "AUTHORS"]

Robert W. Techentin

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[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
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[para]

Original code (regular expressions) by Andreas Kupries.
Modularisation by Steve Ball, also the split/join/resolve
functionality. RFC 3986 conformance by Keith Nash.

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[para]

Original code (regular expressions) by Andreas Kupries.
Modularisation by Steve Ball, also the split/join/resolve
functionality. RFC 3986 conformance by Keith Nash.

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[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/uri/urn-scheme.man.

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This commands performs the reverse of [cmd ::uri::urn::quote]. It
takes an [term urn] url, removes the quoting from all disallowed
characters, and returns the modified urls as its result.

[list_end]

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This commands performs the reverse of [cmd ::uri::urn::quote]. It
takes an [term urn] url, removes the quoting from all disallowed
characters, and returns the modified urls as its result.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY uri]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/uuid/uuid.man.

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[enum]
    Paul J. Leach, "UUIDs and GUIDs", February 1998.
    ([uri http://www.opengroup.org/dce/info/draft-leach-uuids-guids-01.txt])

[list_end]

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[enum]
    Paul J. Leach, "UUIDs and GUIDs", February 1998.
    ([uri http://www.opengroup.org/dce/info/draft-leach-uuids-guids-01.txt])

[list_end]

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[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

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th input may be an outright fake too.


[include [vset CODES].inc]
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data-entry error, with digits transposed, forgotten, etc. Of course,
th input may be an outright fake too.

[include include/c_lenpfx.inc]
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data-entry error, with digits transposed, forgotten, etc. Of course,
th input may be an outright fake too.

[include include/c_lenpfx.inc]
[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY valtype]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_base/cat.man.

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This command creates the concatenation channel using all the provided
channels, and returns its handle.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
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This command creates the concatenation channel using all the provided
channels, and returns its handle.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_base/facade.man.

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This command creates the facade channel around the provided
channel [arg chan], and returns its handle.

[list_end]

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This command creates the facade channel around the provided
channel [arg chan], and returns its handle.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

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This callback is invoked when the channel has run out of data to read.
A single argument is supplied, the handle of the channel.

[list_end]

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This callback is invoked when the channel has run out of data to read.
A single argument is supplied, the handle of the channel.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_base/nullzero.man.

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[call [cmd ::tcl::chan::nullzero]]

This command creates a new nullzero channel and returns its handle.

[list_end]

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[call [cmd ::tcl::chan::nullzero]]

This command creates a new nullzero channel and returns its handle.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_base/randseed.man.

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This command takes to seed lists and combines them into a single list
by XORing them elementwise, modulo 256. If the lists are not of equial
length the shorter of the two is padded with 0s before merging.

[list_end]

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This command takes to seed lists and combines them into a single list
by XORing them elementwise, modulo 256. If the lists are not of equial
length the shorter of the two is padded with 0s before merging.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

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[para] The channel is created only once, on the first call, and all
future calls simply return this handle.

[list_end]

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[para] The channel is created only once, on the first call, and all
future calls simply return this handle.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_base/tcllib_fifo.man.

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[call [cmd ::tcl::chan::fifo]]

This command creates a new fifo channel and returns its handle.

[list_end]

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[call [cmd ::tcl::chan::fifo]]

This command creates a new fifo channel and returns its handle.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_base/tcllib_fifo2.man.

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This command creates a new connected pair of fifo channels and returns
their handles, as a list containing two elements.

[list_end]

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This command creates a new connected pair of fifo channels and returns
their handles, as a list containing two elements.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_base/tcllib_memchan.man.

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[call [cmd ::tcl::chan::memchan]]

This command creates a new memchan channel and returns its handle.

[list_end]

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[call [cmd ::tcl::chan::memchan]]

This command creates a new memchan channel and returns its handle.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_base/tcllib_null.man.

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[call [cmd ::tcl::chan::null]]

This command creates a new null channel and returns its handle.

[list_end]

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[call [cmd ::tcl::chan::null]]

This command creates a new null channel and returns its handle.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_base/tcllib_random.man.

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The seed is a list of integer numbers used to initialize the
internal feedback shift register of the generator.

[list_end]

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The seed is a list of integer numbers used to initialize the
internal feedback shift register of the generator.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_base/tcllib_string.man.

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This command creates a new string channel and returns its handle. The
channel provides random read-only access to the [arg content] string.

[list_end]

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This command creates a new string channel and returns its handle. The
channel provides random read-only access to the [arg content] string.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_base/tcllib_variable.man.

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This command creates a new variable channel and returns its handle.
The content of the channel is stored in the associated namespace
variable [arg varname].

[list_end]

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This command creates a new variable channel and returns its handle.
The content of the channel is stored in the associated namespace
variable [arg varname].

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_base/tcllib_zero.man.

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[call [cmd ::tcl::chan::zero]]

This command creates a new zero channel and returns its handle.

[list_end]

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[call [cmd ::tcl::chan::zero]]

This command creates a new zero channel and returns its handle.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_base/textwindow.man.

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This command creates a new textwindow channel and returns its handle.
Data written to this channel will appear in the associated [arg widget].

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This command creates a new textwindow channel and returns its handle.
Data written to this channel will appear in the associated [arg widget].

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_core/core.man.

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initialized for, see the method [method initialize]. When destroyed
from within a call of [method finalize] this does not happen, under
the assumption that the channel is being destroyed by Tcl.

[list_end]

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initialized for, see the method [method initialize]. When destroyed
from within a call of [method finalize] this does not happen, under
the assumption that the channel is being destroyed by Tcl.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

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system coming in through the [method watch] method the event core is
able to determine which events it should (not) generate and act
accordingly.

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system coming in through the [method watch] method the event core is
able to determine which events it should (not) generate and act
accordingly.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

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it was initialized for, see the method [method initialize]. When destroyed
from within a call of [method finalize] this does not happen, under
the assumption that the channel and transform are being destroyed by Tcl.

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it was initialized for, see the method [method initialize]. When destroyed
from within a call of [method finalize] this does not happen, under
the assumption that the channel and transform are being destroyed by Tcl.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_transform/adler32.man.

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[para] If not specified, or the empty string, the checksum of the
write direction is not saved.

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[para] If not specified, or the empty string, the checksum of the
write direction is not saved.

[list_end]
[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_transform/hex.man.

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This command creates a hex transformation on top of the channel
[arg chan] and returns its handle.

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This command creates a hex transformation on top of the channel
[arg chan] and returns its handle.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_transform/identity.man.

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This command creates an identity transformation on top of the channel
[arg chan] and returns its handle.

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This command creates an identity transformation on top of the channel
[arg chan] and returns its handle.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

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[para] [arg max] is the number of bytes which can be read from the
channel before EOF is signaled by the transformation. Note that
popping the transformation clears the EOF it generated as well.

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[para] [arg max] is the number of bytes which can be read from the
channel before EOF is signaled by the transformation. Note that
popping the transformation clears the EOF it generated as well.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

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This command creates an observer transformation on top of the channel
[arg chan] and returns its handle. The channel handles [arg logr] and
[arg logw] are there the data is copied to.

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[arg chan] and returns its handle. The channel handles [arg logr] and
[arg logw] are there the data is copied to.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

Changes to modules/virtchannel_transform/rot.man.

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ASCII 65...90, and 97...122, i.e. the upper- and lower-case alphabetic
characters, i.e. "A...Z" and "a...z". All other bytes are passed
through unchanged.

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characters, i.e. "A...Z" and "a...z". All other bytes are passed
through unchanged.

[list_end]

[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

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bytes of data written, and on the read side the same is done in
reverse, removing the spacing. If [arg space] is not specified it
defaults to a single space character (ASCII 32).

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reverse, removing the spacing. If [arg space] is not specified it
defaults to a single space character (ASCII 32).

[list_end]

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[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

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compression, from [const 0] to [const 9], and defaults to [const 4].

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compression, from [const 0] to [const 9], and defaults to [const 4].

[list_end]

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[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

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[arg chan] and returns its handle.

[list_end]

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[arg chan] and returns its handle.

[list_end]

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[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
[manpage_end]

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write direction is not saved.

[list_end]
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[vset CATEGORY virtchannel]
[include ../common-text/feedback.inc]
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