Plural containers listed wrong Submitted by: Anson Turner     Appeared in: Library 6/10     Fixed in: Library 6/11 Problem The list writing routines do not handle plural containers correctly (library 6/10). If you have two empty boxes, it might list: ` two boxes (which is closed)` Not only should it say "are closed", but it will lump empty containers together even if some are open and others aren't. Solution To fix the grammatical problem, find the first call to WriteAfterEntry() in VerbLibm.h: ` WriteAfterEntry(j,depth,stack_pointer);` and change it to: ``` if (sizes_p->i > 1 && j hasnt pluralname) { give j pluralname; WriteAfterEntry(j, depth, stack_pointer); give j ~pluralname; } else WriteAfterEntry(j,depth,stack_pointer);``` To keep the object list from combining empty containers when some are open and others are not, modify the ListEqual() routine: ``` [ ListEqual o1 o2; if (child(o1)~=0 && WillRecurs(o1)~=0) rfalse; if (child(o2)~=0 && WillRecurs(o2)~=0) rfalse; if (c_style & (FULLINV_BIT + PARTINV_BIT) ~= 0) { if ((o1 hasnt worn && o2 has worn) || (o2 hasnt worn && o1 has worn)) rfalse; if ((o1 hasnt light && o2 has light) || (o2 hasnt light && o1 has light)) rfalse; ! BEGIN NEW CODE if (o1 has container) { if (o2 hasnt container) rfalse; if ((o1 has open && o2 hasnt open) || (o2 has open && o1 hasnt open)) rfalse; } else if (o2 has container) rfalse; ! END NEW CODE } return Identical(o1,o2); ];```