[plt-dev] [PATCH] Fix some typos

From: Eric Hanchrow (eric.hanchrow at gmail.com)
Date: Sun May 30 03:59:13 EDT 2010

>From 04bf9ef961ff83a15a72935f74554899a0d5d54c Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Eric Hanchrow <eric.hanchrow at gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 30 May 2010 00:57:02 -0700
Subject: [PATCH] Fix some typos

 collects/scribblings/guide/namespaces.scrbl    |    4 ++--
 collects/scribblings/guide/simple-syntax.scrbl |    2 +-
 collects/scribblings/guide/vectors.scrbl       |    4 ++--
 3 files changed, 5 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

diff --git a/collects/scribblings/guide/namespaces.scrbl
index 17da051..09fc9dd 100644
--- a/collects/scribblings/guide/namespaces.scrbl
+++ b/collects/scribblings/guide/namespaces.scrbl
@@ -125,7 +125,7 @@ argument. More often, the namespace used by a
dynamic operation is the
 @margin-note{See @secref["parameterize"] for an introduction to

-When @racket[eval] is used in a @tech{REPL}, the current is the one
+When @racket[eval] is used in a @tech{REPL}, the current namespace is the one
 that the @tech{REPL} uses for evaluating expressions. That's why the
 following interaction successfully accesses @racket[x] via
@@ -178,7 +178,7 @@ way to reflect a module into a @tech{namespace}.

 The @racket[module->namespace] function takes a quoted @tech{module
 path} and produces a namespace for evaluating expressions and
-definitions as if they appears in the @racket[module] body:
+definitions as if they appeared in the @racket[module] body:

 (module m racket/base
diff --git a/collects/scribblings/guide/simple-syntax.scrbl
index 085f5ef..785bd23 100644
--- a/collects/scribblings/guide/simple-syntax.scrbl
+++ b/collects/scribblings/guide/simple-syntax.scrbl
@@ -117,7 +117,7 @@ Racket programmers prefer to avoid side-effects,
so a definition usually
 has just one expression in its body. It's
 important, though, to understand that multiple expressions are allowed
 in a definition body, because it explains why the following
- at racket[nobake] function simply returns its argument:
+ at racket[nobake] function fails to return its argument:

 #:eval ex-eval
diff --git a/collects/scribblings/guide/vectors.scrbl
index 738ffa9..7a72ce8 100644
--- a/collects/scribblings/guide/vectors.scrbl
+++ b/collects/scribblings/guide/vectors.scrbl
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ update of its elements.

 A vector prints similar to a list---as a parenthesized sequence of its
 elements---but a vector is prefixed with @litchar{#} after
- at litchar{'}, or it uses @schemeresult[vector] of one of its elements
+ at litchar{'}, or it uses @schemeresult[vector] if one of its elements
 cannot be expressed with @racket[quote].

 For a vector as an expression, an optional length can be
@@ -35,7 +35,7 @@ Vector can be converted to lists and vice versa via
 @racket[list->vector] and @racket[vector->list]; such conversions are
 particularly useful in combination with predefined procedures on
 lists. When allocating extra lists seems too expensive, consider
-using looping forms like @racket[fold-for], which recognize vectors as
+using looping forms like @racket[for/fold], which recognize vectors as
 well as lists.


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