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doc: make spelling of behavior consistent

In the api docs there were some instances of behaviour
and many more with behavior.  I was asked as part of a review
on a different PR which one to use and went with behavior
to be consistent with the majority.

Our style guide states that American English spelling is preferred.

PR-URL: #13245
Reviewed-By: Alexey Orlenko <>
Reviewed-By: Colin Ihrig <>
Reviewed-By: Rich Trott <>
Reviewed-By: Luigi Pinca <>
Reviewed-By: Michaël Zasso <>
Reviewed-By: Kunal Pathak <>
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mhdawson authored and jasnell committed May 26, 2017
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@@ -1901,7 +1901,7 @@ the `crypto`, `tls`, and `https` modules and are generally specific to OpenSSL.
<td>Attempts to use the server's preferences instead of the client's when
selecting a cipher. Behaviour depends on protocol version. See
selecting a cipher. Behavior depends on protocol version. See</td>
@@ -1635,7 +1635,7 @@ important ways:
- TTYs (Terminals): *asynchronous* on Windows, *synchronous* on Unix
- Pipes (and sockets): *synchronous* on Windows, *asynchronous* on Unix
These behaviours are partly for historical reasons, as changing them would
These behaviors are partly for historical reasons, as changing them would
create backwards incompatibility, but they are also expected by some users.
Synchronous writes avoid problems such as output written with `console.log()` or
@@ -982,7 +982,7 @@ changes:
`"SSLv23_method"`. The possible values are listed as [SSL_METHODS][], use
the function names as strings. For example, `"SSLv3_method"` to force SSL
version 3.
* `secureOptions` {number} Optionally affect the OpenSSL protocol behaviour,
* `secureOptions` {number} Optionally affect the OpenSSL protocol behavior,
which is not usually necessary. This should be used carefully if at all!
Value is a numeric bitmask of the `SSL_OP_*` options from
[OpenSSL Options][].
@@ -443,7 +443,7 @@ will return its value, see [Custom promisified functions][].
`promisify()` assumes that `original` is a function taking a callback as its
final argument in all cases, and the returned function will result in undefined
behaviour if it does not.
behavior if it does not.
### Custom promisified functions

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