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Comment:Fix a typo in the file format documentation.
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User & Date: drh 2015-12-27 14:43:51
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2015-12-28
16:20
Add links to the built-in SQL function documentation to the docs.html page. Leaf check-in: 51cd2291e6 user: drh tags: branch-3.9
2015-12-27
14:43
Fix a typo in the file format documentation. check-in: 1cc43dde6c user: drh tags: branch-3.9
2015-12-22
15:02
Typo fix. check-in: 9b6bab46ee user: drh tags: branch-3.9
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values. 
A varint is between 1 and 9 bytes in length.  The varint consists of either
zero or more byte which have the high-order bit set followed by a single byte
with the high-order bit clear, or nine bytes, whichever is shorter.
The lower seven bits of each of the first eight bytes and all 8 bits of
the ninth byte are used to reconstruct the 64-bit twos-complement integer.
Varints are big-endian: bits taken from the earlier byte of the varint
are the more significant and bits taken from the later bytes. </p>

<p>The format of a cell depends on which kind of b-tree page the cell
appears on.  The following table shows the elements of a cell, in
order of appearance, for the various b-tree page types.</p>

<blockquote><dl>
<dt><p>Table B-Tree Leaf Cell (header 0x0d):</p></dt>







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values. 
A varint is between 1 and 9 bytes in length.  The varint consists of either
zero or more byte which have the high-order bit set followed by a single byte
with the high-order bit clear, or nine bytes, whichever is shorter.
The lower seven bits of each of the first eight bytes and all 8 bits of
the ninth byte are used to reconstruct the 64-bit twos-complement integer.
Varints are big-endian: bits taken from the earlier byte of the varint
are the more significant than bits taken from the later bytes. </p>

<p>The format of a cell depends on which kind of b-tree page the cell
appears on.  The following table shows the elements of a cell, in
order of appearance, for the various b-tree page types.</p>

<blockquote><dl>
<dt><p>Table B-Tree Leaf Cell (header 0x0d):</p></dt>