Tiny typo in ?sprintf

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Tiny typo in ?sprintf

Stephen Weigand
Greetings,

Reading ?sprintf it seems like the word "be" was omitted:

--- ./src/library/base/man/sprintf.Rd   Tue Sep 20 19:48:55 2005
+++ /tmp/sprintf.Rd     Fri Jan 27 13:51:10 2006
@@ -78,7 +78,7 @@
   }
   Further, as from \R 2.1.0, immediately after \code{\%} may come
   \code{1$} to \code{99$} to refer to the numbered argument: this allows
-  arguments to referenced out of order and is mainly intended for
+  arguments to be referenced out of order and is mainly intended for
   translators of error messages.  If this is done it is best if all
   formats are numbered: if not the unnumbered ones process the arguments
   in order.  See the examples.

Thank you,

Stephen

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Stephen Weigand
Division of Biostatistics
Mayo Clinic Rochester, Minn., USA
Phone (507) 266-1650, fax 284-9542

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