Commit a11870ba authored by Josh Coalson's avatar Josh Coalson
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fix typos

parent b54ce2e4
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<TT>--cue=[#.#][-[#.#]]</TT>
</TD>
<TD>
Set the beginning and ending cuepoints to decode. The optional first <TT>#.#</TT> is the track and index point at which decoding will start; the default is the beginning of the stream. The optional second <TT>#.#</TT> is the track and index point at which decoding will end; the default is the end of the stream. If the seekpoint does not exist, the closest one before it (for the start point) or after it (for the end point) will be used. If those don't exist, the start of the stream (for the start point) or end of the stream (for the end point) will be used. The cuepoints are merely translated into sample numbers then used as --skip and --until.<P>
Set the beginning and ending cuepoints to decode. The optional first <TT>#.#</TT> is the track and index point at which decoding will start; the default is the beginning of the stream. The optional second <TT>#.#</TT> is the track and index point at which decoding will end; the default is the end of the stream. If the cuepoint does not exist, the closest one before it (for the start point) or after it (for the end point) will be used. If those don't exist, the start of the stream (for the start point) or end of the stream (for the end point) will be used. The cuepoints are merely translated into sample numbers then used as --skip and --until.<P>
Examples:<P>
<TT>--cue=-</TT> : decode the entire stream<P>
<TT>--cue=4.1</TT> : decode from track 4, index 1 to the end of the stream<P>
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......@@ -304,7 +304,7 @@
which decoding will start; the default is the beginning
of the stream. The optional second #.# is the track
and index point at which decoding will end; the default
is the end of the stream. If the seekpoint does not
is the end of the stream. If the cuepoint does not
exist, the closest one before it (for the start point)
or after it (for the end point) will be used. If those
don't exist, the start of the stream (for the start
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......@@ -1332,7 +1332,7 @@ void show_explain()
printf(" default is the beginning of the stream. The\n");
printf(" optional second #.# is the track and index point\n");
printf(" at which decoding will end; the default is the\n");
printf(" end of the stream. If the seekpoint does not\n");
printf(" end of the stream. If the cuepoint does not\n");
printf(" exist, the closest one before it (for the start\n");
printf(" point) or after it (for the end point) will be\n");
printf(" used. The cuepoints are merely translated into\n");
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