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|@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@ package scala|
|* The most common way to create a collection is to use the companion objects as factories.|
|* Of these, the three most common|
|- * are [[scala.collection.immutable.Seq]], [[scala.collection.immutable.Set]], and [[scala.collection.immutable.Map]]. Their|
|+ * are [[scala.collection.Seq]], [[scala.collection.immutable.Set]], and [[scala.collection.immutable.Map]]. Their|
|* companion objects are all available|
|* as type aliases the either the [[scala]] package or in `scala.Predef`, and can be used|
|* like so:|
|@@ -61,7 +61,7 @@ package scala|
|* It is also typical to use the [[scala.collection.immutable]] collections over those|
|- * in [[scala.collection.mutable]]; The types aliased in the [[scala]] package and|
|+ * in [[scala.collection.mutable]]; The types aliased in|
|* the `scala.Predef` object are the immutable versions.|
|* Also note that the collections library was carefully designed to include several implementations of|