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Doc fix.

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Emanuele Giaquinta 13 years ago
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@ -1869,7 +1869,7 @@ then this time is relative to the current event loop time, otherwise it's
the timeout value currently configured.
That is, after an C<ev_timer_set (w, 5, 7)>, C<ev_timer_remaining> returns
C<5>. When the timer is started and one second passes, C<ev_timer_remain>
C<5>. When the timer is started and one second passes, C<ev_timer_remaining>
will return C<4>. When the timer expires and is restarted, it will return
roughly C<7> (likely slightly less as callback invocation takes some time,
too), and so on.

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