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authorJared Burns2003-12-13 15:15:41 -0500
committerJared Burns2003-12-13 15:15:41 -0500
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Bug 45991 - need package.html in "variables" plug-i
-rw-r--r--org.eclipse.core.variables/src/org/eclipse/core/variables/package.html4
1 files changed, 2 insertions, 2 deletions
diff --git a/org.eclipse.core.variables/src/org/eclipse/core/variables/package.html b/org.eclipse.core.variables/src/org/eclipse/core/variables/package.html
index 39268f403..0d27de0b3 100644
--- a/org.eclipse.core.variables/src/org/eclipse/core/variables/package.html
+++ b/org.eclipse.core.variables/src/org/eclipse/core/variables/package.html
@@ -33,9 +33,9 @@
references replaced by associated variable values.</p>
<p>Variables are referenced in strings by enclosing them in braces, preceded with
a dollar sign. For example, consider a variable defined with the name <code>foo</code>,
- and referenced in the following string: <code>&quot;abc${foo}hij&quot;</code>.
+ and referenced in the following string: <code>&quot;abc${foo}ghi&quot;</code>.
If the value of <code>foo</code> is <code>&quot;def&quot;</code>, the result
- of a string substitution would be <code>&quot;abcdefhij&quot;</code>. In the
+ of a string substitution would be <code>&quot;abcdefghi&quot;</code>. In the
case of a dynamic variable, an (optional) argument is supplied by appending
a colon and argument value after the variable name. For example <code>&quot;${foo:bar}&quot;</code>.
In this case, the resolver associated with <code>foo</code> would be provided

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