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Olivia tried to get him up at eight, but he went back to sleep, and at nine, but he slept until ten-oh-five, and woke then only because he was ravenously hungry. Olivia made him pancakes and smiled to see him gobble them down. From : Corpus of Contemporary American English (COCA)

Is "smiled to see" correct English?
Does this expression mean the same thing as "smiled upon seeing" ?

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