[docs] [issue14318] clarify "may not" in time.steady docs
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Mon Mar 19 13:48:36 CET 2012
STINNER Victor <victor.stinner at gmail.com> added the comment:
FYI "may not" comes from the C++ Timeout Specification:
"Objects of class steady_clock represent clocks for which values of time_point never decrease as physical time advances and for which values of time_point advance at a steady rate relative to real time. That is, the clock may not be adjusted."
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