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Grammar, spelling, and formatting fixes in documentation #743

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cjlarose commented Feb 28, 2016

Besides standard English changes, I did the following:

  • Replaced all "smart quotes" ( and ) with dumb quotes ("). In places where smart quotes were used in text, they were often wrong (two left-hand quotes or two right-hand quotes). Where they were used in code snippets, they resulted in invalid code. Jekyll converts dumb quotes to smart ones automatically anyway (ignoring code snippets).
  • Replaced a bunch of instances of "JSON stringify algorithm" with "JavaScript's toString algorithm". This was already correct on the "Paths" page, but was consistently incorrect on the "JSON Graph" page. I think "JSON stringify algorithm" means JSON.stringify which is a way to turn a JavaScript Array or Object into a JSON string. "JavaScript's toString algorithm" is just calling .toString on something, like (4).toString()
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Grammar, spelling, and formatting fixes in documentation
@jhusain jhusain merged commit 02a2efe into Netflix:gh-pages Feb 29, 2016
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