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sr #103640: A kind of typo

Submitter:  Pupeno <pupeno>
Submitted:  Fri 03 Dec 2004 10:23:53 PM UTC
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Fri 03 Dec 2004 10:23:53 PM UTC, original submission:  

I want to report 'a kind of type'. It's not really a type, but something I bet you'll agree that it 'looks better'. On page 10 of the book-sized 1.0 pdf, it says:
"There are two kinds of register - general registers and special-purpose registers."
I think it would be better to say:
"There are two kinds of register - general-purpose registers and special-purpose registers."
"There are two kinds of register - general and special purpose registers."
Specially, since the following sentence starts: "General-purpose regiters are where [...]".

Thank you for making this book free. Thank you.

Pupeno <pupeno>


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