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Comment:Fix typo in the 34to35.html document.
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User & Date: drh 2008-02-26 13:29:51
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2008-02-27
13:07
Fix typos. CVSTrac ticket #2963. check-in: 539577139b user: drh tags: trunk
2008-02-26
13:29
Fix typo in the 34to35.html document. check-in: 4b0e57bd4f user: drh tags: trunk
2008-02-25
13:38
Add Adobe to the homepage. check-in: 02853d098b user: drh tags: trunk
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  new backend will continue to work in future versions of SQLite.
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HEADING 2 {The Virtual File System Object}

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  The new OS interface for SQLite is built around an object named
  [sqlite3_vfs].  The "vfs" standard for "Virtual File System".
  The sqlite3_vfs object is basically a structure containing pointers
  to functions that implement the primitive disk I/O operations that
  SQLite needs to perform in order to read and write databases.  
  In this article, we will often refer a sqlite3_vfs objects as a "VFS".
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HEADING 2 {The Virtual File System Object}

PARAGRAPH {
  The new OS interface for SQLite is built around an object named
  [sqlite3_vfs].  The "vfs" stands for "Virtual File System".
  The sqlite3_vfs object is basically a structure containing pointers
  to functions that implement the primitive disk I/O operations that
  SQLite needs to perform in order to read and write databases.  
  In this article, we will often refer a sqlite3_vfs objects as a "VFS".
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