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doc: edit module introduction

The module introduction includes some uninformative text and some
repetitive text. Edit for clarity and brevity.

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Trott authored and gibfahn committed Dec 5, 2017
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Node.js has a simple module loading system. In Node.js, files and modules
are in one-to-one correspondence (each file is treated as a separate module).
As an example, consider a file named `foo.js`:
In the Node.js module system, each file is treated as a separate module. For
example, consider a file named `foo.js`:
const circle = require('./circle.js');

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