Issue #13414 has been reported by stomar (Marcus Stollsteimer).

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Bug #13414: Backport various revisions (documentation related)
https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/13414

* Author: stomar (Marcus Stollsteimer)
* Status: Open
* Priority: Normal
* Assignee: 
* Target version: 
* ruby -v: r58291
* Backport: 2.2: UNKNOWN, 2.3: UNKNOWN, 2.4: UNKNOWN
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Here is a list of recent revisions that have no related ticket.
They are all doc fixes or improvements, some are only minor fixes and some are bigger edits.

I couldn't find out from the Wiki which kind of doc fixes are supposed to get backported and which aren't, but I noticed that usually all revisions related to some ticket _are_ backported, even small fixes, so I would assume that in principle all improvements are supposed to get backported(?).

Please tell me if backporting is not necessary or not desired, or if this way of requesting it is not the right one (if for example this should be split into smaller chunks or even individual requests).

* r57744 lib/mathn.rb: nodoc internal Math.rsqrt
* r57751 lib/fileutils.rb: improve rdoc for FileUtils
* r57755 struct.c: improve rdoc for Struct
* r57770,r57771 array.c,enum.c: documentation for sort methods
* r57777 lib/unicode_normalize.rb: rdoc for String class
* r57778 string.c: fix doc formatting for String#==, #===
* r57781,r57790 io.c: docs for IO.{write,read} and other improvements
* r57823 object.c: simplify Object#tap example
* r57886,r57963 string.c: docs for {String,Symbol}#{casecmp,casecmp?}
* r57992 bignum.c: typos and grammar
* r58008 io.c: improve docs
* r58215 doc/syntax/methods.rdoc: small improvements
* r58230 rational.c: improve docs 
* r58242,r58244 numeric.c,rational.c: improve docs for #round, #truncate, #floor, #ceil
* r58290,r58291 numeric.c,math.c: improve docs for Float and Math.sqrt




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