 ### Fix some typos.

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 ... @@ -94,8 +94,10 @@ module GenericFloat ... @@ -94,8 +94,10 @@ module GenericFloat function min t t : t function min t t : t function max t t : t function max t t : t (** Minimum and Maximum (** Minimum and Maximum Note that we have to follow IEEE-754 and SMTLIB here. Two things to Note that we have to follow IEEE-754 and SMTLIB here. Two things to note in particular: note in particular: 1) min(-0, 0) is either 0 or -0, there is a choice 1) min(-0, 0) is either 0 or -0, there is a choice 2) if either argument is NaN then the other argument is returned 2) if either argument is NaN then the other argument is returned ... ...
 ... @@ -27,11 +27,11 @@ end ... @@ -27,11 +27,11 @@ end (** {2 Machine integers} (** {2 Machine integers} Bounded integers, typically n-bit signed and unsigned integers, go Bounded integers, typically n-bit signed and unsigned integers, go here. We first introduce a generic theory [Bounded_int] of bounded here. We first introduce a generic theory `Bounded_int` of bounded integers, with minimal and maximal values (resp. [min] and [max]). integers, with minimal and maximal values (resp. `min` and `max`). Then we instantiate it to get 32-bit and 64-bit signed and unsigned integers Then we instantiate it to get 32-bit and 64-bit signed and unsigned integers ([Int32], [UInt32], [Int64], and [UInt64]) as well as 31-bit and 63-bit signed (`Int32`, `UInt32`, `Int64`, and `UInt64`) as well as 31-bit and 63-bit signed integers ([Int31] and [Int63]) to be used in OCaml programs. integers (`Int31` and `Int63`) to be used in OCaml programs. *) *) ... ...
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