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Fix deno imports in manual (#1867)

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J2P authored and ry committed Mar 2, 2019
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@@ -337,7 +337,7 @@ Run it:
hello
```

By default when you use `deno.run()` subprocess inherits `stdin`, `stdout` and
By default when you use `Deno.run()` subprocess inherits `stdin`, `stdout` and
`stdout` of parent process. If you want to communicate with started subprocess
you can use `"piped"` option.

@@ -521,7 +521,7 @@ generated and cached source code is written and read to.

`NO_COLOR` will turn off color output if set. See https://no-color.org/. User
code can test if `NO_COLOR` was set without having `--allow-env` by using the
boolean constant `deno.noColor`.
boolean constant `Deno.noColor`.

### V8 flags

@@ -546,7 +546,7 @@ Particularly useful ones:
| File descriptors (fd) | [Resource ids (rid)](#resources) |
| Scheduler | Tokio |
| Userland: libc++ / glib / boost | deno_std |
| /proc/\$\$/stat | [deno.metrics()](#metrics) |
| /proc/\$\$/stat | [Deno.metrics()](#metrics) |
| man pages | deno --types |

#### Resources
@@ -557,7 +557,7 @@ would be good to be able to query the system for how many open resources there
are.

```ts
import { resources, close } from "deno";
const { resources, close } = Deno;
console.log(resources());
// output like: { 0: "stdin", 1: "stdout", 2: "stderr", 3: "repl" }
@@ -570,7 +570,7 @@ close(3);
Metrics is deno's internal counters for various statics.

```ts
import { metrics } from "deno";
const { metrics } = Deno;
console.log(metrics());
// output like: { opsDispatched: 1, opsCompleted: 1, bytesSentControl: 40, bytesSentData: 0, bytesReceived: 176 }
```
@@ -762,7 +762,7 @@ We are very concerned about making mistakes when adding new APIs. When adding an
Op to Deno, the counterpart interfaces on other platforms should be researched.
Please list how this functionality is done in Go, Node, Rust, and Python.

As an example, see how `deno.rename()` was proposed and added in
As an example, see how `Deno.rename()` was proposed and added in
[PR #671](https://github.com/denoland/deno/pull/671).

### Documenting APIs

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