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Comment:Fix typos in the opcodes.html document.
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User & Date: drh 2017-05-22 13:49:27
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Version 3.19.0 check-in: 9ae6f97cab user: drh tags: trunk, release, version-3.19.0
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Fix typos in the opcodes.html document. check-in: d11890e573 user: drh tags: trunk
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<p>[CREATE TRIGGER|Triggers] need to be reentrant.

<tcl>
LinkOpcodeNames {
Since bytecode
subroutines are not reentrant a different mechanism must be used to
implmeent triggers.  Each trigger is implemented using a separate bytecode
pragram with its own opcodes, program counter, and register set.  The
OP_Program opcode invokes the trigger subprogram.  The OP_Program instruction
allocates and initializes a fresh register set for each invocation of the
subprogram, so subprograms can be reentrant and recursive.  The
OP_Param opcode is used by subprograms to access content in registers
of the calling bytecode program.
}
</tcl>







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<p>[CREATE TRIGGER|Triggers] need to be reentrant.

<tcl>
LinkOpcodeNames {
Since bytecode
subroutines are not reentrant a different mechanism must be used to
implement triggers.  Each trigger is implemented using a separate bytecode
program with its own opcodes, program counter, and register set.  The
OP_Program opcode invokes the trigger subprogram.  The OP_Program instruction
allocates and initializes a fresh register set for each invocation of the
subprogram, so subprograms can be reentrant and recursive.  The
OP_Param opcode is used by subprograms to access content in registers
of the calling bytecode program.
}
</tcl>