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2 05-types.md
@@ -644,7 +644,7 @@ union : [A >: Nothing <: Comparable[A]] (x: Set[A], xs: Set[A]) Set[A] .
A type constructor is represented internally much like a polymorphic method type.
`[$\pm$ $a_1$ >: $L_1$ <: $U_1 , \ldots , \pm a_n$ >: $L_n$ <: $U_n$] $T$`
represents a type that is expected by a
-[type constructor parameter](#type-params) or an
+[type constructor parameter](#type-parameters) or an
[abstract type constructor binding](#type-declarations-and-type-aliases) with
the corresponding type parameter clause.
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2 06-basic-declarations-and-definitions.md
@@ -617,7 +617,7 @@ followed by zero or more value parameter clauses
introduces a value with a (possibly polymorphic) method type whose
parameter types and result type are as given.
-The type of the function body is expected to [conform](#expr-typing)
+The type of the function body is expected to [conform](#expression-typing)
to the function's declared
result type, if one is given. If the function definition is not
recursive, the result type may be omitted, in which case it is
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2 10-pattern-matching.md
@@ -214,7 +214,7 @@ the following applies:
An `unapplySeq` method in an object $x$ matches the pattern
$x(q_1 , \ldots , q_m, p_1 , \ldots , p_n)$ if it takes exactly one argument
and its result type is of the form `Option[($T_1 , \ldots , T_m$, Seq[S])]` (if `m = 0`, the type `Option[Seq[S]]` is also accepted).
-This case is further discussed [below](#pattern-seqs).
+This case is further discussed [below](#pattern-sequences).
###### Example
The `Predef` object contains a definition of an
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2 12-xml-expressions-and-patterns.md
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ layout: default
__By Burak Emir__
This chapter describes the syntactic structure of XML expressions and patterns.
-It follows as closely as possible the XML 1.0 specification \cite{w3c:xml},
+It follows as closely as possible the XML 1.0 specification,
changes being mandated by the possibility of embedding Scala code fragments.
## XML expressions

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