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reply brad domain.invalid writes:
Hi all, this may have come up before but I haven't seen it recently.  Is 
there an official place to post about bugs/omissions in the online D 
documentation?  Or even an unofficial documentation repositry (I looked 
at the wiki but couldn't find anything about what I wanted)

I would like to know more about the keywords abstract and synchronized. 
  I can infer their meaning, but I would like to see some text in the 
documents that gives the true meaning of them, and where/how to use them.

Cheers
Brad
Mar 09 2005
parent J C Calvarese <jcc7 cox.net> writes:
In article <d0oe3e$t8c$1 digitaldaemon.com>, brad domain.invalid says...
Hi all, this may have come up before but I haven't seen it recently.  Is 
there an official place to post about bugs/omissions in the online D 
documentation?  Or even an unofficial documentation repositry (I looked 
at the wiki but couldn't find anything about what I wanted)

At the bottom of each documentation page there's a "feedback and comments" link to a wiki page. You can edit that wiki page to suggest a fix or make a comment.
I would like to know more about the keywords abstract and synchronized. 
  I can infer their meaning, but I would like to see some text in the 
documents that gives the true meaning of them, and where/how to use them.

There's already a question about "abstract" here (http://www.prowiki.org/wiki4d/wiki.cgi?DocComments/Declaration). It'd probably also be a good place to ask about "synchronized". You can also post a bug report in the digitalmars.bugs newsgroup, but I think "feedback and comments" is currently the preferred method. jcc7
Mar 10 2005