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Fixed typos reported by Colin Wetherbee (Github #7).

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@@ -50,3 +50,6 @@ E: bacek@bacek.com
N: Tim Heaney
E: oylenshpeegul@gmail.com
+
+N: Colin Wetherbee
+E: cww@cpan.org
@@ -57,7 +57,7 @@ in I<void context>:
X<scalar context>
Assigning the function's return value to a single element evaluates the
-function in I<scalar_context>:
+function in I<scalar context>:
=begin programlisting
@@ -68,7 +68,7 @@ function in I<scalar_context>:
X<list context>
Assigning the results of calling the function to an array or a list, or using
-it in a list evaluates the function in I<list_context>:
+it in a list evaluates the function in I<list context>:
=begin programlisting
@@ -168,7 +168,7 @@ In exchange for not having to declare (or at least track) explicitly what
I<type> of data a variable contains or a function produces, Perl offers
specific type contexts that tell the compiler how to treat a given value during
an operation. The C<eq> operator treats its operands as strings by enforcing
-I<string_context> on them. The C<==> operator enforces I<numeric context>.
+I<string context> on them. The C<==> operator enforces I<numeric context>.
X<boolean context>
X<context; boolean>

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